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    Hi everyone! After endless searching for outdoor kitchen ideas I stumbled upon this site and absolutely love the pictures and ideas. I just moved into a 4 year old home and the backyard had nothing done to it, except a 10x10 concrete slab, so I am working with a blank canvas. It was time to buy a new grill so I am working on convicing the warden (my wife) to build an outdoor kitchen. The problem is the 10x10 slab. I want to keep a dining room table on it and build a small area for my grill, work table, and maybe a small sink. Most of the posts I see are very large. has anyone done a smaller outdoor kitchen? I am thinking maybe either a corner set up, or a straight line. I already have NG, power, and water run to the outside of the house. Thanks in advance.

    EDIT: anyone run a beer tap outside?

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    Welcome to TFP! Do you have space to expand the slab or lay down a paver patio to give yourself more space? 10x10 is not much room, and will really only fit the table
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    yes, plenty of room for expansion, now that I think about ot its probably bigger the 10x10, when I get home I will measure

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    15x15, so not too much bigger

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