It’s the ideal time to gather friends and family for a cookout to beat the Bay area heat. Get ready for a sizzling season of grilling and backyard entertainment. 





Lynx Outdoors
The dream outdoor kitchen includes this stainless steel grill, cooktop and storage systems by Lynx Professional line. Grills range from $3,799 – $8,299. Available at Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lightning Gallery or The Outdoor Kitchen Store. www.lynxgrills.com.


 

 

 

 



The Big Green Egg
A fun and versatile ceramic grill comes in five sizes to meet all 
of your family’s grilling needs. From $800. 
Available at Grate Grills & More, Inc., www.grategrills.com
or The Outdoor Kitchen Store, www.outdoorkitchenstore.com.

 

 

 

 



Asado Grill
The ultimate grill accessory by Lynx for any food that requires 
a griddle cooking surface. Serving up breakfast, lunch or dinner. Freestanding – $4,199; Built in – $3,499. 
Available at Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lightning Gallery or
The Outdoor Kitchen Storewww.lynxgrills.com.




 

 

 

 



GE Monogram Grills
Transform the patio or deck into a festive entertaining area 
with a GE Monogram Grill or Center and bring the inside
cooking outdoors. From $1,099 for cooktops and ranges; 
to $3,499 – $8,299 for free-standing models. 
Locate dealers at www.monogram.com
.







All-American Service
Red, white and blue are always in season and these 
shatterproof plates are ideal around the backyard pool. 
Set of 4 – $24. Available at Pottery Barn. www.potterybarn.com.

 

 

 

 



A Patriotic Stand
A galvanized star-shaped stand to serve tasty treats 
at a summer picnic or pool party. $55. 
Available at Pottery Barn or www.potterybarn.com.

 

 

 

 



Gourmet Cooking on Wheels
Transform the patio
, deck or rooftop into a festive entertaining area 
with a GE Monogram Grill or Center and bring the inside
cooking outdoors. From $3,499 – $8,299 for free-standing models. 
Locate dealers at www.monogram.com
.

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

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