Are you going to work, or a cookout? No one will know the difference as long as you dress the part and carry a Darwin Briefcase BBQ (£25; roughly $40). Designed to look like a briefcase from the outside, this portable grill opens up to form a triangular platform for the grate and ash pan, yet still offers enough room to cook 3-4 burgers at a time. Grilling tool set disguised as an umbrella not included.
Hey, look! Someone turned a Mac Cube into a grill! Okay, so that's not quite true, but there's certainly some similarity between Apple's failed experiment and the City Boy Grill ($230). Measuring 7.1" square and 8.7" tall, it's powered by a 225g standard gas cartridge, and features a simple +/- control knob on the front, a powdercoated steel body, stainless steel grates, and a built-in stainless steel and oak handle.
Sure, it's shape is familiar, but make no mistake — the Eva Solo Grill Globe (€400; roughly $500) isn't your average Walmart special. The dome-shaped stainless steel lid is integrated into the unit and sports a built-in thermometer, and can also slide open and be moved to shelter your fire from the wind, while the black aluminum bottom half of the grill rests atop the slender stainless steel legs and keeps your coals comfy and warm. Grill cover optional.