A classic chef with a surprising twist to many of his dishes, Chef Devin is truly an asset to CBC.

Chef Devin Levine, CEC, offers his culinary delights at the BOK Center and Cox Center Tulsa, and has cooked for some of the most famous and influential music artists in the world and for some of the largest and most prestigious events in Tulsa. When you book your catered event, you benefit from his creativity, reputation, and years of experience!

Chef Levine moved to Tulsa in 1971 and dreamed of working in the food industry. Although he was only 13 years old at the time, Camelot Inn hired him as a dishwasher and he was promoted to a cook’s position a year later. He went on to be part of the first class to graduate from the American Culinary Federations Educational Institute (ACFEI) and he is now a Certified Executive Chef (CEC) with the American Culinary Federation (ACF) and president of the local chapter of the organization. He has had the opportunity to cook for Arnold Palmer’s final PGA appearance, Tiger Woods’ Championship Dinner, as well as cooking at five Master Champions Dinners. He has also worked on teams cooking for three U.S. Presidents; Ford, Reagan, and Obama.

Chef Levine has lived in Miami, New York City, and Chicago before he planted roots in Tulsa. “Tulsa is a wonderful city to grow up in and raise my family,” Chef said. “It is just big enough and yet small enough to get a big city experience but have that small town feel where you can meet many people and be involved in the Tulsa community.”

Devin on TV

Devin “In the News”