Steven Satterfield is the executive chef and co-owner of Miller Union, an award-winning, seasonally-driven restaurant located in Atlanta’s Westside neighborhood. Since opening in 2009, the restaurant has received various honors on many national lists including Eater, Bon Appetit, Food & Wine and Esquire. In 2015, Satterfield released his first cookbook, Root to Leaf, to broad critical acclaim. In 2017, after four previous nominations, Satterfield was named “Best Chef: Southeast” by the James Beard Foundation. Satterfield’s dedication to seasonal cooking and his unwavering support for local farmers is the driving philosophy behind his restaurant and everything he does.
Chef Satterfield joins the illustrious ranks of these featured chefs and restaurants below who have made L’Amour du Vin such a prestigious event. If you have had the pleasure of attending in the past, these chefs need no introduction. If you are new to L’Amour du Vin, you’ll most certainly recognize some of our culinary superstars.
2018, Nancy Oakes, Boulevard, San Francisco, CA
2017, Barbara Lynch, Barbara Lynch Gruppo, Boston, MA
2015 Stephen Barber, Long Meadow Ranch, St. Helena, CA
2014 Patrick O’Connell, The Inn at Little Washington, Washington, VA
2013 Dean Fearing, Fearing’s Restaurant at The Ritz Carlton, Dallas, TX Accompanied by the Chefs of Blackberry Farm
2012 Jeff Carter, Dancing Bear Lodge & Restaurant, Townsend, TN Accompanied by the Chefs and Artisans of Blackberry Farm
2011 Linton Hopkins, Restaurant Eugene, Atlanta, GA Accompanied by the Chefs of Blackberry Farm
2010 Bill Telepan, Telepan, New York, NY Accompanied by the Chefs of Blackberry Farm
2009 Eric Ziebold, CityZen, Washington, DC Accompanied by the Chefs of Blackberry Farm
2008 Peter Glander, Blackberry Farm, Walland, TN
2006 John Fleer, Blackberry Farm, Walland, TN
2005 Southern Graces, Knoxville, TN
2004 Chris Stallard, Little Star, Knoxville, TN Gary Ogle, The Lord Lindsey, Knoxville, TN
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