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Sauciety at The Westin Boston Waterfront

425 Summer Street
Boston, MA 02210

Sauciety at The Westin Boston Waterfront restaurant information
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A modern American grill on Boston's burgeoning Waterfront, Sauciety at the Boston Westin Waterfront starts with a menu of simply prepared, high-quality regional cuisine and adds to it a unique and fun (not to mention tasty) little twist - a wide variety of flavorful sauces, spreads, dips and chutneys that allow you to customize each course. With fifteen sauces organized by flavor profile (from mild to bold to spicy) there's something to please every palate.

The casually elegant dining room is a comfortable space to enjoy a meal - whether it's a quick burger at the bar or an elaborate meal for two. Diners, whether they're in the midst of a busy business day at the nearby courthouse or convention center, or on their way to the Institute of Contemporary Art for a leisurely afternoon, will feel at ease dressed up or dressed down.

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425 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02210

Roy Darling

Executive Chef at Sauciety at The Westin Boston Waterfront

Chef Roy Darling at Sauciety at The Westin Boston Waterfront

Roy Darling, Executive Chef of The Westin Boston Waterfront, first developed a love of cooking working at a friend’s restaurant on Martha’s Vineyard. The experience working with a talented group of chefs ignited his desire to work in the kitchen and he was off.

With degrees from the Culinary Institute of America and Southern New Hampshire University under his belt, Darling joined The Westin Boston Waterfront team as the Banquet Chef. On his rise to the role of Executive Chef, he’s collaborated on all aspects of the menu at Sauciety as Chef de Cuisine; and has overseen all kitchen operations as Executive Sous Chef. It is here where he has continued to flourish and develop his culinary career.

Darling, who guides his team with passion and a desire to inspire people to do their best, enjoys using fresh local ingredients and bold flavors. He loves bringing joy to those who appreciate great tasting food and is inspired to continually satisfy and surprise everyone.

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