5 Totally Tricked Out Grills That Will Fire You Up

Grillworks Dual 54 Asador
Grillery.com; $12,900
There are grills, and then there are mega grilling machines. All of them cook your food, but some sport more features, gadgets, and gizmos than a well-equipped kitchen. If you're serious about your grilling, then you'll seriously love some of these machines. You may not be able to afford them, but they're fun to drool over.

Just be warned, they may spark some serious grill envy in you or your guy if the grill is his domain. Here are five of the pimpest grills you've ever seen.


The Grillworks Dual 54 Asador  Pictured above, this is a machine to behold, with more features than you can imagine, including the ability to raise and lower the grates to the flame. Don't worry if it all seems too overwhelming; if you order one, it arrives with a handy trained professional to help you get started.

Viking Grill Island
Frontgate; $14,995

Viking Grill Island Viking is known for its quality kitchen products, but that doesn't mean it has to be limited to the kitchen. This model features 836 inches of cooking space and your choice of granite or soapstone countertops flanking it. It's as pretty to look at as it is functional.  

Grill 'N Chill Tailgater
Frontgate; $2,999 - $3,499

Grill 'N Chill Tailgater With Draft System Get your burgers and brew on at the same time. This grill actually has a draft system, so you can pour bar-quality brewskies, as well as a built-in stereo system so you can blast your tunes while you cook.

Traeger Lil' Pig Grill
Pinnacle Stove; $1,990

Traeger Lil' Pig This little piggy will smoke and grill you up some darn good grub. Some of its features include: 418 square inches of cooking surface, an internal hopper, stainless steel door handle, multi-position digital thermostat control, and upgraded wheels. Mostly, it's just cute. Squeal! 

Pro Joe by Kamado Joe
KamadoJoe.com; $7,995

Pro Joe by Kamado Joe Said to be the most advanced ceramic grill out there, this strange-looking contraption offers high-tech grilling. It also reportedly has the largest cooking surface of any ceramic grill.

Would you ever consider buying any of these grills? Even if you had the cash?

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