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240 Patio Bistro® Electric Grill

Model #15601559-config

240 Patio Bistro® Electric Grill

Model #15601559-config
$179.99

The Patio Bistro® electric grill is a great option if you do not wish to use charcoal or gas fuel. It features the TRU-Infrared system for even and juicy grilling with low flare-ups and porcelain-coated cooking grates.

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240 Patio Bistro® Electric Grill is rated 3.9055555555555554 out of 5 by 180.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We purchased this BBQ about 6 months ago, upon recommendation of a friend. We were tired of having to refill the propane tanks, not knowing when they were about to empty and ruin our half cooked meals. Honestly, there is no difference in the taste of the food and the convenience is outstanding. I would highly recommend this electric BBQ hands down!
Date published: 2014-06-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I'm so glad we got this! I bought this for my husband for Father's Day, and we've already used it several times. We had a kettle grill for decades, but hadn't used it for the last several years because there are just the two of us, and it was too much hassle to heat it up for the minimal amount of cooking we would have used it for, plus I was concerned about safety. This small electric grill is absolutely perfect for us. We've done brats, burgers, chicken legs and chicken breasts so far - and everything was perfect - and I am an electric grilling newbie!
Date published: 2014-07-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from great little grill except I really like this grill except: The heat: (1.) If you Open the hood the temp drops considerably. (2.) We had a previous model from Char-Broil that had another shelf below the burner with Bricketts on it. That really helped with heat loss. I was wondering if there was a something like that I could get for this model. (3.) You really shouldn't use an extension cord with this grill because a longer cord will affect the amperage which affects the maximum temp. (4.) You should plug this or any electric grill into a circuit that doesn't have much else plugged into it or you will trip circuit breakers. I have a dedicated circuit that only goes to the area of the grill.
Date published: 2015-03-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Liked the old one better I had the old style patio bistro for many years. The only bad thing about was the cover. It had no hinge, so you had to set it down somewhere and that left Greeze rings. The new one is hinged , but the infered heat cannot be controlled. It's like its on wide open all the time. The company sent me a new controller , but it's the same. Also the thermometer is not accurate like the old one. We don't use as much as we did the old one.
Date published: 2014-06-10
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Hi! I just bought the grill and fired it up tonight. I noticed the grill heats up nicely but once I put hamburgers on it, the temperature will not rise above 325 or so. Am I doing something wrong? Tks!!

Asked by: KatieG
We're sorry to hear this. Is this Electric Patio Bistro connected to an outdoor outlet? Please follow this link (http://ow.ly/SktNu) or give us a call at 1-800-241-7548 and we will be able to best investigate.
Answered by: DustinR
Date published: 2016-07-22

How should I use wood chips on my electric Patio Bistro?

Asked by: TexasGray
Wood chips can be placed directly on the cooking grate.
Answered by: DustinR
Date published: 2016-07-18

Hi, we live in the San Francisco Bay Area and it is often ~ 60-65F. I just received my Patio Bistro 240 electric grill. I noticed the temperature dropped a lot when I opened the lid. Should I grill with the lid on or off?

Asked by: Ann330
Congrats on your new grill! The lid should be closed when cooking with this Patio Bistro.
Answered by: DustinR
Date published: 2016-07-18

do u use the ceramic briquettes with this grill? or can you

Asked by: PaulaCA
No. We recommend using wood chips. Wood chips are easy to use and add tons of flavor.
Answered by: DustinR
Date published: 2016-07-13
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