A DIY Backyard Grill Cart With Concrete Top (Sorta)

I made a backyard grill cart that goes anywhere because I missed the smoke from my fire pit. Now I can have smoke again! This grill cart holds a Weber 22 inch kettle grill. I added a concrete insert to the top so I would have a built in hot plate. It works great! It’s so nice having everything handy on the cart when I cookout. Now we can grill hamburgers at the grilling station while enjoying our smokeless fire pit and patio lights at night. If you have any DIY backyard projects you’d like me to try let me know in the comments. Thanks for watching!

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