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I was in a similar situation back in July and picked up a Weber Q220 propane grill. It's a small, portable ( I carried it in and out of the garage easily for a couple months before I got lazy and spend $50 on a cart), heats up quickly and since the shell is cast aluminum is very durable and light on the propane use. The main downsides are cost ($200ish for a Q100 and cart) and if you want to run a 20 gallon propane tank you have to buy a tank and need a $20 adapter cord.

I looked at a lot of cheaper propane grills first and found all of them to be poorly constructed with cheap grates, crappy burners or thin shells that would be easily ruined .