Burgers. Hot dogs. Ribs. Chicken. A Weber® Q 200 series grill can do it all with one propane cylinder tied behind its back. Load it up. It can take what you dish out.
I'll start off saying I am quite a fan of Weber Grills. I own several of their gas and charcoal products. You may end up paying a little more up front, but what you get is a superbly engineered product and fantastic customer service. A product that will outlast by many years and out perform the cheaper grills on the market. If you call Weber customer service, you are connected to a live, friendly, knowledgeable and helpful person on the other end of the phone who is happy to answer any questions regarding any Weber product.The Weber Q is a wonderful grill. Plain and simple it grills food as good, if not better than most other quality grills on the market, including full-sized grills. The heavy porcelain coated cast iron grate provides a large cooking area, enough to do a dozen or more burgers, a couple of whole chickens, etc. The grilling surface provides very even cooking and flareups are non-existent. At 12,000 btu's, the grill puts out enough heat to easily sear steaks, etc. Light in weight, the grill is easy to pick up and move for tailgaiting and picnics.The only small negative I can think of is the propane tanks that are required are the less-common canisters (although available at Lowes or Home Depot) rather than the somewhat more common camping style canister. If you don't plan on moving the grill around, you can get a adapter hose for around $20.00 that allows you to connect to a regular 20lb propane tank.There is a reason Consumer Reports rating this grill so highly.