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7 Best Portable Gas Grills on the Market

Whether you want a grill for the neighborhood park, a campsite or stadium parking lot, find your new portable gas grill on this list of favorites.

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Why We Love Portable Gas Grills

If you lack patio space or want a way to make burgers and fresh-caught fish on your next camping adventure, a full-size grill is not the answer. Instead, a portable grill is a great solution. A portable gas grill’s size makes it easy to store. And its small price, compared to a full-size grill, is nice, too! Here are seven portable gas grills we love.

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Best Portable Grill for Tailgating

The foldable legs and locking lid of the Masterbuilt Propane Tabletop Grill make it a perfect tailgate companion. The push-button ignition ensures quick, on-the-go lighting. And with 305 sq. in. of grill space, you can cook for plenty of hungry fans before game time.

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Best Portable Grill for Camping

The rugged metal case of the Coleman Roadtrip 225 Portable Grill makes it a great choice for your next outdoor expedition. It boasts an impressive 11,000 BTUs of cooking power and two adjustable burners, plus matchless, push-button lighting.

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Best Value Portable Grill

Top-grade quality, extensive features and a price of less than $130 make the Martin Portable Gas Grill a great value option. With 14,000 BTUs of cooking power and 354 sq. in. of grill space, the Martin outperforms many of its more expensive counterparts in these areas. Foldable support legs also ensure easy transport and storage.

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Best Portable Grill/Griddle

Burgers and brats are essential grill fare. But have you ever wanted to make pancakes and eggs in the morning at your campsite, or quesadillas at a tailgate party? The Blackstone Portable Grill/Griddle can do all that and much more. A handy grease catcher keeps things tidy, and cleanup is a cinch — paper towels are all you need on this unit’s smooth cooking surface. With around 2,500 reviews and a 4-1/2 star rating on, there are a lot of happy griddlers out there!

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Best Splurge Portable Grill

The revolutionary, foldable design is just one standout feature that makes the NomadiQ Portable Gas Grill splurge-worthy. At just 12 lbs, it’s easy to transport and built to last, with stainless steel burners and cast-iron grill plates. The NomadiQ is new on the market but it’s been well-reviewed, with owners saying it’s worth the $299 price tag.

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Best Portable Grill on Wheels

Fold up the legs and the Coleman RoadTrip 285 Portable Stand–Up Grill looks something like a roller suitcase, ready to go and fulfill its role at any outdoor party. Plus, precise temperature control and 20,000 BTUs of grilling power ensure this unit will cook your food just as fast as a full-size grill. While similar to the other Coleman model on this list, this one features a higher BTU range and an integrated thermometer gauge.

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Best All-Around Portable Grill

The Weber Portable Gas Grill is easy to transport, durable and elite in its cooking performance. It comes fully assembled and features a sleek, elegant design. Its tall lid can accommodate roasts and birds, while the built-in thermometer allows you to easily monitor the heat inside the grill. Users particularly like how quickly it heats up.

Joseph Maxwell
Joseph Maxwell is a writer and an All-American collegiate athlete. Originally from Ontario, Canada, Joseph earned an athletic scholarship to the University of Tennessee where he studies marketing. Growing up on his parents' 92-acre, modern homestead property, Joseph learned woodworking, metalworking and a variety of mechanical skills.