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Since his days as a dishwasher at age of 14, Grafton Street Grill Executive Chef Scott Robertson knew he wanted to be a chef, often hanging around the kitchen and observing the line cooks long after he had punched out. Scott established his bearings in the kitchen while working under his mentor, Paul Sussman, at Daddy O’s in Cambridge in 1996. While there, he was introduced to the bold flavors of New American cuisine. Scott developed his culinary style by adopting practices he learned while traveling through Europe and Central America, including stops in Costa Rica, El Salvador, France, Holland and London. Scott was given his first kitchen to run, Linwood Grill & BBQ, at the age of 25. Since then, he has manned the rooms of several Boston-area restaurants, including Franklin Café, The Claremont, Brookline’s Publick House, the Windsor House Inn in Duxbury, The Fireplace Restaurant and Z Square.
An avid fisherman, Scott can be found digging for clams or surf casting for stripers with his son during his free time. He also enjoys watching English football.