Steak for One

The Gauchito sized Básico or grill insert is the perfect size for smaller families or intimate gatherings. We love loading up our larger grills with all sorts of delicacies but sometimes dinner calls for one perfectly grilled steak. A nice cut of steak, little pile of lump charcoal, a relaxing fire for 15 minutes, and your wood-fired steak dinner is all set.

basico steak.jpg

Coal Fired Wings

Coal fired barbecue chicken wings. It’s an amazing appetizer when you can skip the deep fryer and add the smokiness that comes from the lump hardwood charcoal.

Gaucho Supremo

Our Gaucho sized Supremo free-standing grill. 700 lbs of fire breathing stainless steel workmanship. The holes on the side of the wind guard is to accommodate the electric rotisserie that comes standard with this model. Brasero with charcoal shuttle, cabinetry, fire brick lining, multi-tool, rotisserie and wind guards all come standard in our Supremo line. Grills are built to order so there is a wait, but you do get to pick your color.!

53014202_614665955675494_1779738125734663163_n.jpg

Custom Double Grill

We love grills, but in our hearts, we’re engineers. So when we get the chance to build something wild like this custom double grill/single brasero, we jump at it. With two Gauchito sized grills, independent cranks, and our sturdy brasero in the middle, it’s ready for anything you can throw at (or on) it.

Interested in your own custom grill? Check out some ideas here, and then contact us!

Rotisserie Chicken on the Grill


Using the #rotisserie option on a Gaucho Grills insert. Simply remove your grill plates and insert your spit rod and you’re good to go. #woodfired rotisserie chicken for dinner will keep everyone happy. 

rotisserie chicken.jpg

Mushrooms on the Grill

Mushrooms on the #grill. So amazing. #woodfire under the grates to heat up the cast iron pan. Butter, white wine, garlic and shallots to start. Add the buttons and baby Bella’s and let the heat do the rest. Add a touch of parsley to finish. Lobster stuffed shrooms cooking up in the back of the grill as well. .

Our New Flat Bottom Shovel

While we get the glowing embers we want to grill with, finding the right shovel to move them has always been a challenge. So we made our own! Check out the next couple pics to see our flat bottom shovel. It slides under the brasero perfectly, has a flat bottom to scoop embers off the hearth floor, and has high enough sides to hold your coals. First batch sold out. Next batch will be ready in a couple weeks.