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By John RihaMore in Outdoors
The urban griller
While a fully functional outdoor kitchen may fit nicely in a suburban setting, that doesn’t mean the outdoor living movement is confined to those with quarter-acre lots. Urban outdoor living is definitely on the rise as well, enabled by smaller grill units made specifically for balconies and shared patios.
Note that municipalities usually have ordinances that strictly govern the use of grills and cookers in open spaces. New York City, for example, forbids the use of a propane-fueled grill on a balcony. Check your local building authority.
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