Evo Flattop GrillsA different type of outdoor cooking experience
In this outdoor kitchen a built-in Evo flattop takes the place of an open flame grill.
Free from a lid and troublesome smoke, Evo grills provide a unique social experience.
Evo outdoor grills are constructed of stylish and durable stainless steel.
Some homeowners opt for an Evo as a companion appliance.
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See an outdoor Evo grill in action. Watch how easily it can be used to cook buffalo wings, chicken fajitas, oysters, and grilled cheese.
Evo grills make outdoor cooking a shared experience. The circular, flat top grill, which is open on all sides, allows guests to easily gather round and enjoy the company of the cook. Evo outdoor grills also offer nearly limitless cooking possibilities, allowing cooks to do things that aren't possible with an open flame grill. Some homeowners are opting for an Evo grill in place of a more traditional open flame grill, while others are using it as an accessory appliance.
What makes Evo grills different from open flame grills?
Foodies love Evo grills because of the nearly limitless cooking possibilities:
- Stir Fry
- Simultaneous direct and indirect cooking
Furthermore, there isn't a lid separating the cook from the guests. And since there is no open flame there is little smoke. These factors make for a more pleasant cooking environment.
What foods can be cooked on an Evo grill?
- Pancakes or crepes
- Grilled cheese sandwiches
- Sauces and reductions
- Steak, chicken and fish
Evo outdoor grills come in built-in, cart or countertop models and can be fueled using natural gas or propane. The standard cooking surface is made of seasoned steel, but ceramic clad and nickel clad surfaces are available at an additional cost. The nickel surface is recommended for coastal areas. Base prices range from $2,085, for the 25" tabletop model, to $3,195, for the 30" built-in model.
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