Convertible grill table offers a tough choice

The HotSpot Solid Base Revolver Fire Pit Grill w/Wooden Table Top is attractive as a table or a grill.

Convenient night or day. Primrose

Any patio, deck or back yard just isn't complete without there being some type of access to a grill. Be it gas, charcoal, or even an electric grill, the depth provided by the addition of a grill to a back yard goes far beyond the ability to simply cook out-of-doors. The ambiance and warmth created by a hot, glowing fire brings comfort to a whole new level. To that end, a grill that captures that essence is not to be taken lightly.

When not in use, most grills don't offer much in the way of usability. Not so with the HotSpot Solid Base Revolver Fire Pit Grill. When not providing heat, the grill easily converts to an attractive table with the included removable wooden tabletop. Measuring about 2 feet in diameter, with a height of about 14 inches, the fire pit transforms into a perfectly sized table for relaxing.

When put to use, an internal fire cage protects the black powder-coated steel finish, while the included grill grate entices with its easy accessibility. Set into action, and loaded up with fish, meat or even the occasional vegetable, the grill supplies the necessary equipment to really transform the back yard. However, with the fire pit being attractive as a grill or a table but not able to be both at the same time, it doesn't make it easy to choose between the two options--might be best just to pick up an extra one.

(Via Appliancist)

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    Brian is the author of the culinary based novel Stealing Food Road. A lifelong Californian, he has been consistently exposed to some of the best food in the world. With a deep appreciation for the kitchen, he is always on the lookout for that perfect appliance that combines style and grace with the ever-popular ability to save time.

     

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