**Unfortunately, it looks like the Landmann Grill is discontinued at the moment. It may or may not return to Amazon, but if you like, you can check out our thoughts for just in case!!
We’ve talked about the Weber Charcoal Grill coupled with the KettlePizza Pizza Oven Kit and what a great combo this makes. Well, that’s actually true, but here’s a little secret; I have a deal that might even suit you better! SSSHHH!
- all in one solution for backyard kettle pizza-making
- less expensive than other options in the same class
- pizza stone and peel are included
- convertible from regular kettle oven to pizza oven
- some inherent challenges keeping the temperature hot enough for pizza (especially after already making 2 or 3 pies)
- could probably do with a bit more ventilation and larger chimney/vent to allow fire to stay/get hotter longer
this is a solid unit for what it is, and should last for a very long time if treated well (ie. Covered when not in use)
380 sq. in. cooking area
Provides plenty of space for preparing food.
Stainless-steel pizza ring
Along with an included pizza stone and metal peel makes it easy to prepare a tasty pizza.
Remains securely closed, so the grill can quickly reach temperatures up to 700°.
Provides information at a glance.
Porcelain charcoal grate
Along with a removable ash catcher simplifies cleanup.
Bottom storage shelf
Keeps your grilling accessories close at hand.
4 stainless-steel legs
Ensure stable placement.
Along with large bake-lite handles facilitate transport.
Excellent when compared with high-end competitor grill combined with an aftermarket pizza grill insert.
So What Say We?
If price were not an object at all, I might go with the Weber brand and the KettlePizza insert. However, I’m not a multi-millionaire, so price, in fact, IS an object. In that case, I’m partial to this kettle grill since I believe it does the same job with the same goods and bads that the Weber and KettlePizza have. Hey, a few hundred bucks for excellent backyard pizza! Not bad, I’d say!