Our Top Picks
Best Overall: Weber Genesis II S-310 LP Stainless Steel at Walmart
“A large grill that provides 37,500 BTUs of cooking power.”
Best Under $200: Expert Grill 6-Burner Gas Grill with Side Burner at Walmart
“It has six burners, a side burner, and offers 58,000 BTUs of cooking power.”
Best Under $400: Char-Broil 4 Burner Advantage Gas Grill at Walmart
“Has high-end features like a stainless steel cart and burners.”
“The damper and vents let you control the heat perfectly.”
“A quality, mid-sized gas grill that’s perfect for family dinners and parties.”
Best Charcoal: Weber Jumbo Joe 22" Premium Charcoal Grill at Walmart
“Built to circulate heat efficiently.”
Best Portable: Pit Boss Single-Burner Portable Gas Grill at Walmart
“Operates using small 1-pound propane cylinders that are easy to carry.”
Best Dual Fuel: Char-Griller Dual 2 Burner Charcoal & Gas Grill at Walmart
“This grill can use both types of fuel in different chambers.”
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Best Overall: Weber Genesis II S-310 LP Stainless Steel
Weber may be known for their charcoal kettle grills, but they also make high-quality gas grills, like this three-burner grill that provides a total of 37,500 BTUs of cooking power. It will give you 513 square inches of primary cooking space, plus an additional 156 square inches of space on the warming rack, where you can keep food warm for serving or you can heat up your sausage buns.
This has an open cart that gives you easy access to the storage shelf, along with hooks for hanging tools. Two side tables give you plenty of room for sauces, rubs, and plates while you cook, and the left table folds down to save space when you don’t need it. A thermometer on the lid lets you monitor the cooking temperature at a glance.
Stainless steel Flavorizer bars vaporize drippings to create flavorful smoke without getting the burners messy, and the stainless steel grates are easy to keep clean while they create impressive grill marks.
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Best Under $200: Expert Grill 6-Burner Gas Grill with Side Burner
This grill boasts a lot of features for the bargain price tag. It has six burners, a side burner, and 58,000 BTUs of cooking power. It offers 500 square inches of porcelain-coated steel cooking grates, plus 200 square inches of space on a chrome-plated warming rack. The side burner gives you 10,000 BTUs of cooking power to boil water for a side dish or simmer sauces for your ribs.
If you're worried about storage, this model has two side shelves to give you space for plates, tools, and condiments, along with hooks to hold tools. Two wheels let you roll this into the perfect cooking spot.
03 of 08
Best Under $400: Char-Broil 4 Burner Advantage Gas Grill
You don’t need the most expensive grill to get high-end features like a stainless steel cart, stainless steel burners, and stainless steel cooking grates. You’ll get 32,000 BTUs of cooking power on the main grill, plus 10,000 BTUs of power for the side burner, where you can cook a side dish or simmer a sauce. There is 450 square inches of main cooking area, plus 150 square inches of space on the warming rack.
The enclosed cart gives you space to store gear out of site, while four wheels let you roll the grill into the perfect space for cooking. The grease pan is coated with porcelain to make it easy to clean when cooking is done.
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Best Kamado: Pit Boss Kamado 22" Ceramic Charcoal Grill
Kamado grills have a unique design, with a heavy ceramic body that retains heat, offering an oven-like environment that’s great for roasting, grilling, smoking, searing, and more.
This grill burns lump charcoal, which adds smoky flavor to your food, while the damper and vents let you control the heat perfectly. This offers 560 square inches of cooking space on two tiers of stainless steel cooking grids, so you’ll have plenty of room to smoke ribs for a crowd or grill burgers for a party.
A spring-loaded hinge makes the heavy lid easy to open and close while two bamboo side shelves give you room for dishes and sauces. When you’re done the cooking, the shelves fold down to save you space. An ash removal tool is included for easy cleaning.
Want to take a look at some other options? See our guide to the best kamado grills.Continue to 5 of 8 below.
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Best Gas: Char-Broil Signature TRU-Infrared Gas Grill
If you're in the market for a quality, mid-sized gas grill that’s perfect for family dinners and parties you can't go wrong with this model. It has 525 square inches of primary grilling space and four stainless steel burners so you can set up direct or indirect cooking for searing, low-and-slow cooking, and everything in between. It also virtually eliminates flareups, while providing tasty smoke to flavor the food. A 200 square inch warming rack gives you ample room for warming burger buns or keeping finished foods at the perfect temperature for serving.
This uses infrared technology for faster heating and no hot spots, while also providing higher heat for cooking. A 13,000 BTU side burner lets you simmer sauces or boil some corn on the cob while you take care of your burgers and ribs on the grill. When not in use, a cover over the side burner lets you use the area as a side table, in addition to the side table on the left side. A thermometer in the lid lets you check the grill temperature at a glance.
The enclosed cabinet gives you plenty of space to store a spare propane tank or other cooking gear, while the four sturdy casters let you move the grill easily into place. Two casters lock, so the grill won’t move if you bump it accidentally.
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Best Charcoal: Weber Jumbo Joe 22" Premium Charcoal Grill
Weber is known for charcoal kettle grills, but it’s more than just an iconic shape—it’s built to circulate heat efficiently. This 22-inch grill gives you 363 square inches of cooking space for burgers, steaks, and more. A heat shield at the handle keeps it cooler, so you can remove the lid safely, and a lid hook gives you a perfect place to hang the lid while you’re flipping food or adding charcoal.
The bowl and lid are made from porcelain enameled steel and the cooking grates are plated steel for long life and an attractive appearance. Holes at the base of bowl let you sweep the cooled ashes into the ash catcher for easy cleanup when cooking is done. Two sturdy wheels make it easy to move the grill into place for cooking and into storage when cooking is done.
Interested in reading more reviews? Take a look at our selection of the best charcoal grills.
07 of 08
Best Portable: Pit Boss Single-Burner Portable Gas Grill
Portable grills are perfect for road trips, picnics, or even as a spare grill at home. We love this one from Pit Boss because it has a single 10,000 BTU burner and operates using small 1-pound propane cylinders that are easy to carry. The body is stainless steel, so it can withstand the weather if you leave it outdoors, and the cooking grates and flame tamer are also made from stainless steel for great grill marks, fewer flareups during cooking, and long life.
Although this is small and it only weighs 20 pounds, it’s got a total of 305 square inches of cooking space, so it’s large enough for a family cookout. When it’s time to move the grill, the lid locks closed to keep any mess inside, and the legs fold to save space whether you’re carrying it in your truck or storing it on a shelf.
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Best Dual Fuel: Char-Griller Dual 2 Burner Charcoal & Gas Grill
Gas is convenient, but many people enjoy the idea of cooking on charcoal when they’ve got the time to spend on lighting and burning. This grill can use both types of fuel in different chambers. This offers a total of 606 square inches of space for cooking on porcelain coated cast iron grates, plus an additional 262 square inches of space on the warming racks, so you can cook for a crowd.
On the gas-fired side, there are two 12,000 BTU burners. The bottom of the charcoal side is double-lined for insulation and longer life. If you want to use this for smoking, a firebox is sold separately.