Miller Union chef Steven Satterfield’s roadmap for survival in the face of a 2023 recession

After more than two years of learning and adapting on the fly because of the pandemic, Steven Satterfield isn’t interested in planning ahead.

Satterfield, the James Beard award winner, partner and chef at Westside fine-dining staple Miller Union, has decided if an economic downturn comes in 2023, he’ll cross that bridge when he gets there.

But he believes many of those pandemic-induced lessons offer a roadmap for survival, particularly for an upscale establishment that could be at risk of declining…

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