Backyard barbecues are communal by nature.
If there’s a grill with meat and veggies sizzling, people are probably nearby, chatting, drinking and snacking.
And most of those people probably want to participate in the grilling process, either by doing the actual cooking or letting the grillmaster know that he really should’ve flipped that burger by now.
Those two notions are the inspiration behind the JAG Communal Grill. The ingenious table allows eight people to cook, eat, and share their meals together, and enjoy the warmth and comfort of a fire.
The backyard barbecue station has an octagonal charcoal grill in its center, with eight personal grills and wooden eating tables on each side. It’s kind of like having a Benihana restaurant in your backyard.