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Chef Anthony Miletello

Chef Anthony Miletello
Willie's Duck Diner; Miletello's Sports City Grill

Anthony Miletello was born to cook. Reared in Louisiana, Miletello garnered knowledge and experience from his childhood home in Monroe and in New Orleans. By the time he was a teenager, he realized that people enjoyed eating his food as much as he enjoyed preparing it. From that time, he pursued a career in restaurants, beginning in several New Orleans Kitchen.

Miletello trained in the Crescent City under renowned chef Duke LoCicero of the famed Café Giovanni, a five-star Italian restaurant in the French Quarter. Among other apprenticeships and restaurant kitchen experience, he enrolled in several culinary science courses at Harvard University. He maintained a 3.4 GPA. He is now lead chef in his family’s business.

Community Involvement

  • 2014 March of Dimes culinary chair & lead chef for Signature Chef’s Gala
  • Louisiana Baptist Children’s Home Fall Food Round-Up
  • Donation and support for local high schools and after-school programs

Awards and Honors

  • Best Chef in Northeast Louisiana – 2013
  • Best Chef in Northeast Louisiana – 2014
  • James Beard Award Nominee – 2015
  • Best Tasting Dish, March of Dimes Signature Chef’s Gala – 2014
  • Best Overall Dish – 2008
  • Best Muffaletta – 2013
  • Best Dessert, March of Dimes Gala – 2014
  • Featured in Louisiana Kitchen & Culture online
  • Featured in The Delta Gentleman in Delta Style Magazine
  • Featured in The Delta Gentleman online
  • Featured in Tara’s Taste of the Town
  • Featured in Louisiana Cookin’ – October 2014
  • Featured in Louisiana Life – January/February 2015
  • Constant mention, Louisiana Culinary Trails
  • Featured in two cookbook endorsements, Donna Scalia McManus, Simon & Schuster
  • Numerous radio interviews
  • Numerous appearances on Louisiana Living

Projects and Slated Events

  • Radio interview with Louisiana Eats host Poppy Tooker
  • Interview with Louisiana Kitchen & Culture editor Susan Ford
  • Guest chef appearance with Chef Duke LoCicero