I want something for next to the grill, with a tight storage draw fairly high that will add a little extra workspace at the same time. But I want to store most of my grilling utensils outside instead of in the house. Maybe leave some basic seasoning in also.
I just leave my grill spatula, tongs, fork and grill basket out on the grill. If they are going to be used I preheat them with the grill to 500 for 10-15 minutes like I do with the grill then hit them with the grill brush too. If they get dirty at the end of grilling they get thrown in the dishwasher with everything else then go back out on the grill until next time.
The one I linked to is about 34" high and has a nice high enclosure beneath the work surface. Also casters. At $139 it is beginning to look like a bargain. The outdoor kitchen supply stuff is $400 and up.
My Weber Genesis is close to the 300 model and from 2008. It might be the 300 model. So the 34" height is pretty good.
After looking all over the place, it is sitting in my cart. I can’t find anything that matches what I was roughly looking for better and though a little pricey, it will hopefully hold up 10 years and is cheaper than me trying to build something out of good wood. I could slap together something out of marine grade plywood I guess, but I might as well break down and buy this.