11:49 am August 18, 2010, by John Kessler
Miller Union restaurant on the Westside has just earned two major plaudits:
Both magazines praise the uncomplicated, straightforward Southern cooking and the canny design sense of the space, which combines country cool with warehouse chic. The restaurant is owned in part by manager Neal McCarthy and chef Steven Satterfield. Congrats to both!
Have you been? Do you think it’s the best new restaurant in the city?
I’ve been three times and really enjoyed each of my solidly prepared meals, though I can’t say I’ve yet had a “wow” dining moment there. But I’ve loved the kitchen’s mission statement, the tenor of service, the wine list and the special warmth of the restaurant’s warren of dining rooms.
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