Interested in a fire pit table? Fire pit tables are all the rage nowadays.  To be honest, they make complete sense.  Most fire pit tables today blend in well with most backyard themes and styles.  I particularly like that I can use the fire pit table as a normal table in the summer to place drinks and food on it whenever I have guests over.  I also like that I don’t have to move around my outdoor furniture whenever I want to have a fire.  If you’re like me, then you are definitely going to want one.

Here are, in my opinion, the top 3 fire pit tables that you should consider and why.

Strathwood St. Thomas Cast-Aluminum Round Table with Fire Pit

Strathwood St. Thomas Cast-Aluminum Round TableThis is my favorite fire pit table.  It’s elegant, it fits well with most outdoor furniture, and it’s solid as a rock.  It was made to ensure that it could withstand all different types of weather conditions so that it won’t rust or fall apart on you.  The fire pit bowl is big enough to fit 3 large logs for a nice long fire.

What I particularly like the most about this fire pit table is that it comes with a lid that you can place over the copper fire pit bowl.  This way, the entire thing can be transformed into a normal table.  Most people wouldn’t even notice it’s a fire pit with its cover on.

UniFlame WAD820SP 34-Inch Slate & Marble Firepit

UniFlame WAD820SP 34-Inch Slate & Marble Firepit with Copper AccentsHere is another fire pit table that will go with any outdoor theme.  The table itself is made out of a marble slate material that is held up by a cast-iron stand.  It’s very pleasing to the eye and has a huge fire bowl for you to load your logs in and start a fire.  It comes with a spark screen and also promotes air flow really well.

The table portion of this fire pit table isn’t as big as the Strathwood’s, but it’s big enough and it will definitely match your most outdoor themes a little bit better.

Blue Rhino GAD860SP LP Gas Outdoor Firebowl

Blue Rhino GAD860SP LP Gas Outdoor FirebowlHere is the boss of all fire pit tables.  It’s huge, it’s gas powered, maintenance free, and made to last.  The table itself is also made of a hand-crafted marble slate material.  It requires a 20 pound propane tank that you can hide quite well.  It’s ignition switch is located in a hidden panel in order to get the fire going.  It is a little bit pricey, however, this fire pit table is a real hit among online buyers.

The only downside for me is that the flame isn’t as big as some of the wood burning fire pit tables. However, it has so many upsides to it that I’m willing to forget about that.

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