The 56" Solaire grill is a complete cooking system. It has an 18,000 BTU/hr. rear infrared rotisserie burner, two infrared main burners and one conventional burner. Why infrared? It offers a faster cooking time at higher heat to seal in juices. Infrared burners are also ready to grill in just three minutes. This model includes a stainless steel refrigerator with adjustable shelves and two drawers with removable stainless steel food pans. The MSRP is $16,195.
When you are talking grills, Weber makes some of the best known. Their top-of-the-line item is the Platinum D6 Gas Grill. It has six 9,600 BTU stainless steel burners and a total grilling area of 902 square inches. It has offers 57,600 total BTU output from the main burners, has a 12,000 BTU side burner, a 9,600 BTU rear mounted infrared rotisserie burner with full kit and an 8,000 BTU dedicated smoker burner with smoker box. It's big but it doesn't bring the huge heat as much as the Solaiare does. However it does have the rotisserie and smokeburner for those who are really into creating speciality items. It also has a warming area, warming basket, stainless steel cooking grates and flavorizer bars. The size makes it perfect for your large summer gatherings when you want to cook a wide variety of items. It has a list price of $2,200.
If you are a charcoal purist check out the Apollo charcoal grill
. It has a fast start system and lights with newspaper. It's small enough for apartment balconies but offers a 20" diameter cooking surface and has side charcoal compartments for roasting. The pedestal and base are made from powder-paint-coated steel and the lid is done in enamel. It is also available in a model with an attached cart with wheels and sells for around $310