Grilling is one of summer’s greatest pleasures, but not all New Yorkers have room for a hulking barbecue behemoth. Eva Solo’s compact To Go Grill solves that problem — measuring 15-inches tall by 13-inches wide, it’s the perfect size for charcoal cooking in small outdoor spaces and to take on the road.
The grill resembles an Indian tiffin, a stackable lunch box with different compartments for rice, veggies and meat. The To Go Grill is similarly layered, with a black enameled steel pot holding components like a coal bucket and grill grid made from chromium-plated steel. Silicone handles stay cool even as you’re cooking and a handy nylon strap keeps the parts together as you tote it around from parks to beaches.
Eva Solo’s other grills are just as well-designed and city-friendly. The larger Charcoal Grill opens on the side to store barbecue tools when they’re not in use and the Table Grill has a practical handle for carrying around.
We bet dad would love any of them for Father’s Day.
Check out more sleek kitchen tools at Eva Solo.
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