If you are looking into expanding your backyard BBQ repertoire, well then, may we suggest you go Argentinian? If you are open, then you may want to check out the Ñuke Pampa Argentinian-style Gaucho Grill.
Hand-crafted by Argentinian artisans, Ñuke Pampa combines modern styling with functionality based on the centuries-long grilling traditions on the Argentina Pampas (prairies).
Constructed of heavy-gauge steel, and lined with heat-refractory bricks (!?) that focus heat on the 547-square-inch grate, Ñuke Pampa features removable split grate for easy access to the lower section where the charcoal or real-wood fire are and adjustable grill surface for making fine heat adjustments as you cook (it has a super cool external arm for you to do just that).
Moreover, using the included poker and shovel, you can choose to pile coals for direct high-heat searing, or spread them out thin for low-and-slow techniques.
Each Ñuke Pampa comes with rugged stand on two swivel casters for ease of maneuverability and an attached steel lid for encapsulating the heat and shield against the wind.
All images courtesy of Ñuke.