5 Things That Belong on a Man’s Patio
Five ways to spruce up your backyard this summer
T-minus one week to Memorial Day — and with it, the unofficial start of backyarding season. You know Flanders will be howdily-doodily-ing from behind his new 4-burner. Don’t get shown up. Herewith: five things every man needs to entertain in his green domain.
Your new centerpiece: the Weber Performer Deluxe, a next-level kettle grill that allows you to spark the coals at the touch of a button. Ample prep area. Easy charcoal storage. And an LCD timer and built-in thermometer that ensure perfectly pink, juicy meat every time.
Local furniture shop Jayson Home is peddling a series of full leather coolers this summer, and they’re as tough and handsome as you’d expect. Three sizes available. The beers to throw in there: Two Brothers Sidekick, Lagunitas DayTime IPA and Hell or High Watermelon from California’s 21st Amendment.
Large yet portable. Waterproof. Bluetooth-convenient. The UE Megaboom delivers quality audio — all the highs; all the lows — whether you’re lounging in the yard or being chased off the beach for turning it up to 11.
Handmade in El Salvador from teakwood and brought to you by the design savants at Maya Mueble, the Comoda Chair has an easy-going vibe and a natural finish. Incredibly comfortable though it may not look it. Folds for easy storage. In case of chilly nights, pick up a cotton blanket to pair.
What’s lounging without a little action? Cornhole. Corn toss. Bags. Whatever you call it, you’ll wanna hit up Chi-Town Cornhole for your board. Go custom or simple. Top-notch regulation boards and bags that’ll last beyond the summer to the next.