Grill with rotisserie and power burner installed in an outdoor kitchen

Start With The Basics

The most popular item in most outdoor kitchens is the built in gas grill. A basic set-up also includes access doors, a side burner, compact refrigerator, and trash bin. Watch Video
Stone finished outdoor kitchen bar with a vent installed at the top

Plan To Insulate & Ventilate

Safety is the most important thing to consider for your outdoor kitchen. Insulated jackets are a must when installing cooking appliances into a combustible island, and vent panels are required for proper gas venting. If installing your island under a covered patio with limited airflow, you should definitely consider a vent hood. Watch Video
Smoking bright red Kamado Joe kamado on a stone countertop

Add Cooking Versatility

Don't limit yourself to just a gas grill. A flat top griddle, pizza oven, charcoal grill, smoker, kamado, or power burner will add cooking versatility to your outdoor kitchen. Watch Video
Filled beverage cooler installed in an outdoor kitchen

Enjoy A Cold One

Outdoor ice makers, wine coolers, kegerators, and beverage centers are great additions to your outdoor kitchen, especially if you entertain. You and your guests will love having ice cold beverages, including draft beer, for whenever the mood strikes. Watch Video
Stainless steel triple drawer and door combo with the 3 drawers each propped open

Keep It Organized

Keep everything you need for grilling conveniently stored in your outdoor kitchen with storage components, so it's there the next time you grill. Storage components also give you easy access to your gas lines and plumbing. Watch Video

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