Open Thread: Belavi Grill Gazebo

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In recent years, Aldi has increased its stock of big outdoor structures. I’ve seen standard gazebos, instant-up gazebos, and pergolas. For a long time, these were sold under the Gardenline label, but starting in 2021 Aldi began selling them under the Belavi name. As far as I can tell, there isn’t any difference between the two other than the fact that they have a different name. In some cases, the Belavi product looks identical to the Gardenline ones.

For several years, Aldi sold the Gardenline Grill Gazebo, but as of 2021 they have now rebranded it as the Belavi Grill Gazebo.

What We Know:

Belavio Grill Gazebo 1

This grill gazebo (Product Code: 43472) is an Aldi Find, which means it’s only in stores for a short time. (As I write this, Aldi has been experiencing some product delays, so it may not be available in all locations at the times the ad says it will.)

At the time of this post, it costs $89.99. According to our records, the grill gazebo was $69.99 in 2018 and 2019, and $79.99 in 2020, so the price on this has steadily increased over the years. Even so, it’s still far less than what you’ll pay in most other places, with prices ranging from $180 to upwards of $500. (You’ll see listings for $45-50, but those are for replacement canopies, not the entire structure.)

According to Aldi, the gazebo measures 7.8′ x 4.9′ x 8.2′ and includes the following features:

  • a double vented roof for airflow
  • a basket for beverages and condiments
  • a flame-resistant and water-repellent canopy
  • a sturdy powder-coated steel frame
  • utensil hooks under shelf to hold grill tools
  • loop fasteners on the canopy top for hanging string lights
  • a built-in bottle opener

The gazebo is backed by a one-year warranty, serviced by TDC USA, a global logistics company. TDC even has its own product listing of the gazebo (no, you can’t buy it from them) which indicates two other features not mentioned by Aldi:

  • Two sturdy frosted glass shelves
  • Ground stakes included

The TDC listing also gives dimensions of the condiment basket at 48″ x 7.5″ x 7.375″.

What We Don’t Know:

We haven’t yet tested this gazebo, so we can’t speak to ease of setup, how sturdy it is, or how long it lasts. Our goal with open thread posts like this is to offer a space for people to share about their experiences with a product.


Do you have experience with this gazebo? Let us know in the comments.


About Joshua

Joshua is the Editor-in-Chief of Aldi Reviewer. He is also a writer and novelist. You can learn more about him at www.joshuaajohnston.com.

4 Comments

  1. I purchased this in 2018 when it was $69.99 for over my grill. It was a steal compared to what it costs at other stores! It was great until a storm tossed it and crumpled it like an egg shell. I plan to get another one and secure it on one side this time. If the wind returns that way it can fall over on one side.

    • I wondered. Thanks for the recommendation!

    • Question, since you already own one, I was thinking of hanging curtains and using one of these as a wet/changing room for suit drops after getting out of our pool, do you think the inside dimensions would/could allow? And do you think it’s possible to turn one of the shelves on its side and still attach so its sturdy into the frame but not taking up any inside space to be able to move around in?

  2. Just picked up one, was hoping it matched the gray amazing, ‘change your back porch into a functional space!’ gazebo they had 2 weeks ago, boxes picture looks like it does not, and instead it’s brown or tan
    What a shame!
    Why make and sell 2 similar gazebos at the same location within weeks of each other, made by the same manufacturer that would make a yard look stunning, not match and compliment each other?
    Maybe I’m wrong and I’ll open it up and be happy as a clam, but right now I’m hesitant and thinking it might end up returned.

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