● Multiple Cooking Surfaces: Grilling gives a delightful smokey flavor to any meat or vegetable, but sometimes space can be limited, especially if you’re cooking for a bigger crowd. Save the grill for hot dogs, hamburgers, steaks, and much more. Your outdoor kitchen can be equipped with a stovetop, oven, sink, and even a small fridge to make any meal with ease! If you spend most of your time outside or you love throwing parties, you’ll be glad you have this setup.
● Shady Options: Don’t let the weather stop the festivities. Add a pergola with an optional cover or some form of a roof over the outdoor kitchen. It needs to be open enough, so no one gets smoked out from the grill, but whether the sun is beating down or the rain decides to visit you and your food will be protected from the weather.
● The Fancy Extras: There’s something about a brick oven that enhances the flavor. You might typically see them more at old-school pizza shops, but these ovens can cook more than just pizza! Brick ovens distribute the heat a lot better than traditional ovens, which is why they’re so popular for pizza. They can also enhance the flavor because of the wood-fire method.