The Balcony BBQ saves on space
A couple of years ago I moved into a house, and hopefully I won’t be going back to an apartment anytime soon. Apartments are nice, because they’re usually in a more central part of town, and the rent is cheaper. However, I don’t miss sharing a wall (or a ceiling) with a neighbor, or the small amount of space that they tend to have. However, if you currently reside in one, you know that you sometimes have to get creative if you want to enjoy certain aspects in life in your small home.
If you live in a large apartment building, then there’s a good chance that you’ve got a small balcony. These are nice to step out on for some fresh air, but they usually don’t have a ton of space. Now, if you’re the sort of person who likes to cook out on a grill, this can be a problem. But that’s exactly why The Balcony BBQ was created.
This metal box is around 2 feet long, which gives you just enough room to grill out for two. It can be attached to most railings, or if needed, mounted to a wall. Now, instead of a bulky grill, you’ll only need something the size of a planter. In fact, it can actually double as a planter during the months you’re not using it (though I wouldn’t really advise taking advantage of that feature). This tiny grill will set you back around $94.