Copper Kitchen is fresh, inspired and thoughtful catering full of imagination without limitation. Co-owners Kevin Miller and Jennifer DeVos bring over 35 years combined experience in the restaurant and catering industry. With a commitment to perfection, a passion for food and a love of service, they achieve their greatest pleasure. Copper Kitchen allows them to share this dream with all of you.

Custom, seasonally inspired menus are designed to reflect each client’s style, taste and vision. No matter what the occasion, Copper Kitchen’s team will take care of all the details to provide each guest an extraordinary experience and make entertaining easier.

Jennifer DeVos has been in the service industry her whole working life. She knows how to consistently deliver to make sure her clients get the best service. As owner of Widespread Concierge, a local, personal assistance company, Jennifer succeeds in meeting the requests of the busiest people in Baltimore, giving them more time back in their day. With hands on experience and a calming nature, Jennifer is perfectly suited to handle and organize anything, from putting together the most elaborate dinner party to simply running errands for any and all. She is the first point of contact for Copper Kitchen and, as you might imagine, takes this role very seriously and excels.

Chef Kevin Miller has established an impressive career in the kitchen over the last 23 years. Studying at the acclaimed Moulin de Mougins in France under Roger Verge, he continued to work on his craft. As the Executive Chef aboard Amway Corporation’s motor yacht Enterprise V, he had the opportunity to cook for distinguished guests including former President Gerald Ford and his wife and former Vice President Dan Quayle. Once back in Baltimore, he was the Executive Chef at Ixia for eight years where his modern American cuisine consistently won accolades from Baltimore media. In November 2009, Kevin joined forces with Jennifer as a private chef to the clients of Widespread Concierge. His talent in the kitchen created more demand for private parties, cooking classes, and full-scale events. This demand inspired the beginning of Copper Kitchen.