posted on Mar, 14 2015 @ 01:30 AM
I really want to get a grill for the new place, but have no idea what I'm actually looking for.
I plan on using the thing a few times a week, and on occasion cooking for around 10 people (burgers and hot dogs). The majority of the time I'll
just be cooking for two.
I want something that's large enough to handle having the family over, but I don't want to overdo it and buy some behemoth I never utilize.
I want something quality that is going to last at least 10 years, cleans easily, has parts readily available, can be left out (with a cover and under
the eaves) in the Seattle area without rusting, heats evenly and doesn't feel/look like a piece of crap.
I'm looking at a Weber Spirit E-310 Link
because it seems to be quality. I am a
little bit surprised by the $520 sticker price, but I'll gladly pay it if it's quality. Is that enough to meet the upper end of my grilling
requirements? Could I realistically cook for 10 + people?
I really don't want to go much over $500. I also don't want to buy something that's only going to last a few years. If I'm way off, I can go up
with the price range, but I really don't want to. I don't care about side burners and other frills, I want something rock solid that does a great
job. Also, no weird colors.
Appreciate any help! I am not going to be converted to charcoal, I love them and have fond memories, but I'm not looking for one.