the Weber Genesis-310 three-burner propane grill and the Char-Broil Commercial Series four-burner propane grill
Photo: Mark Weiss

Pricewise: Gas Grills

Summer means dining outdoors, one hand wrapped around a cold drink and the other hovering over a sizzling grill. Small wonder that when we posted a poll on Facebook for our reader-created issue, more than half of TOH readers said they were looking to get their mitts on the right grill. We homed in on two gas models sized just right for hosting a crowd or whipping up breakfast, lunch, and dinner during a kitchen renovation. Both performed well in a test just short of a Bobby Flay smackdown. The big-ticket grill proved more substantial and less prone to flare-ups; the lower-priced one preheated quickly and kept an even heat. Read on for more differences.
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