I'm almost embarrassed to post this after seeing some of the beautiful solutions posted here. Let's just say this is the low budget solution. This is a 10'x10' EZ-Up shelter. I liked Dyal's Grill Gazebo very much but it won't handle my 6 burner gas grill and the CG. My first EZ-Up lasted 6 years and after looking around at commercial products and pricing some home made solutions, I bought another EZ-Up
Relatively Low Price:
$170 with free shipping
Takes less than 5 minutes to put up or take down with a helper. So if you were taking a grill on the road and expected bad weather, you could bring this with you.
10'x10' Size covers both my gas grill & CG with 3' wide aisle in the middle. It will also accomodate the CG Kamado I expect to add to the family in September.
White roof color acts as giant flash umbrella for using bounce flash on my grill photos in both day and night time.
Although not intended to remain up, kept mine up 7-8 months straight for 6 years in a row.
Not Year Round Solution-Pt. 1:
Here in New England where we get snow I put the EZ-UP up in April and take it down before Thanksgiving. It wouldn't hold up to a snow load. But I don't mind cooking in the snow, it is the rain I hate and this has me covered most of the year.
Not Year Round Solution-Pt. 2:
Not as wind resistant as some of the other solutions here. It has survived 40MPH winds with no problem, but I have taken it down for two hurricanes.
Certainly not as pretty as some of the other solutions here. My wife was tough sell, but then she saw the benefits of my being able to cook whenever I wanted to.
Not 100% Waterproof:
The EZ-Up folks are quick to point out that this is not intended to replace a tent and is not 100 percent waterproof. During extremely heavy rainstorms my first EZ-Up might have 5 or 6 spots where the roof was dripping. Over a 10'x10 area this is insignificant.