Portable Kitchen Grills

Portable Kitchen Grills began in Texas in 1952, the same year as Weber. Since then PK had ups and downs, changed ownership, went on and off the market, but the original classic, rust-proof aluminum bodies refused to die and kept the grills and the PK name and mystic alive as they were passed down from generation to generation.  In 2014 a new management team began pumping life into this nichey old beloved grill that really hadn't changed for over half a century. By the end of 2016 a new PK360 model was rolled out and we hear there are more new designs to follow.

We used an Original Classic PK Grill in our Science of BBQ & Grilling With Meathead video series presented by Kingsford. Click here to see videos from that series

 

Street: 
PO Box 2240
City: 
Little Rock
Zip: 
72203
Country: 
USA
Contact First name: 
Scott
Contact Last Name: 
Moody
Contact Title: 
Owner
Mobile: 
(501) 680-0975
Business Phone: 
501-374-7575
State / Province: 
AR
Email: 
scott.moody@pkgrills.com
Review Type: 

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