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JULY 23, 2006
City Boy Grill


The City Boy Grill is a genius product for any urban dweller who doesn't have the space for a large grill. But it's also perfect for hitting the beach, camping, hanging out in front of your house on the sidewalk -- pretty much anywhere you get a hankering for grilled chicken, a burger, salmon patties (or whatever you want to throw on there).

Created by Finnish designer Klaus Aalto, its compact size is ideal for light travel, but it's the small gas canister that powers this little stove that makes it so appealing. Plus, when it's time for cleaning, the interior wipes clean and the grate can be tossed in the dishwasher or wiped down in the sink.

Made of powder-painted steel with a heat-resistant stainless steel and wood handle, the City Boy Grill stands only 8.7" high.

As far as I can tell, it's only available (for $300) at I.D. Chicago, which I've said has become one of my favorite home shops in the city.

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