No shrinking wallflower, this: The Rockwell by Caliber social grill allows for the convivial 360-degree flow of partygoers around all sides, courtesy of a proprietary hood that disappears under the cooktop (without hitting the gas tank below). The clever design is a collaboration with Rockwell Group founder and hospitality guru David Rockwell, who was inspired by friends gathering around a campfire or dinner table. The freestanding model features a cascading, tablecloth-like top crafted of aircraft-grade aluminum and powder-coated red, black, or turquoise. Standing on a hand-rubbed Brazilian cherry or stainless-steel base, the unit measures 60 inches wide by 30 deep. The built-in version, meanwhile, comes standard in 304-grade stainless steel. As for firepower, both models are equipped with 20,000-BTU Crossflame burners. For added pizazz, upgrade to wood handles or specify a custom RAL color.