Your grill has to be good when it has a name like this. The Big Green Egg ($870) is a high-quality ceramic grill that doubles as a smoker and barbecue. Based on the design of the ancient oriental Kamado cooker, the Big Green Egg will turn virtually any piece of meat or fish into flame-grilled heaven. It has an 18-inch grilling surface and can accommodate a 15lb plus turkey.
Generally, we get all excited about large, somewhat bulky grills — but we've finally found a functional, stylish and sleek alternative to the $1000 Weber down at the local hardware store. The Fuego 01 Grill ($TBA) features an absolutely gorgeous modern design that includes the option of infrared, gas, and charcoal heating thanks to interchangeable cooking drawers. Other highlights include a cast-iron grilling surface, plenty of storage space thanks to several drawers, and a modular accessory system that uses pegs to attach to the perforated stainless steel exterior. Simply put, it redefines what a grill can be. [via]
This ultra-portable grill is a real work of art. Constructed of porcelain and stainless steel with a wooden base, the Eva Solo Table Grill ($325) will let you bring a little of your modern taste anywhere you want to cook a couple burgers or steaks. It has a handle for easy toting, and can be cleaned in a dish washer.