Welcome to the Occupy Wall Street Kitchen!

The Occupy Wall Street Kitchen, lovingly known as “The People’s Kitchen,” is a revolutionary space for breaking bread and building communities that is open to everyone!

From our camp kitchen in Liberty Plaza, we feed the 99%, providing a space for occupiers, bankers, farmers and the homeless to share delicious meals and good conversation. We nourish the grassroots movement to free America from corporate control and create a fairer economic system for hardworking people.

We are committed to building a more equitable society and furthering the food justice movement by changing patterns of consumption in New York City and beyond. Through our work at OWS, we unite local farmers and small businesses with families and communities that sustain the movement. Our network of supporters is a diverse group of small businesses, family-run farms, community groups and individuals who share a common vision of a better, more sustainable America.

In farming, cooking, serving and eating, we are imagining a new American Dream.

Let's do this together!

What's the press saying about the People's Kitchen?

"A Food Tour of Occupy Wall Street," Zagat's online, October 26, 2011

"Breakfast, lunch, and dinner at Occupy Wall Street," Buzzfeed post, October 10, 2011

"Want to get fat on Wall Street? Try Protesting," The New York Times, October 11, 2011

"Occupy Wall Street Kitchen Denies Starving Out Freeloaders," The Atlantic, online edition, October 27, 2011

"Watch Your Mouth: The Protest Food of Occupy Wall Street," GOOD Magazine, October 10, 2011

"Feeding the Masses, Fueling a Movement," The Associated Press, October 16, 2011

"Tarps, Not Spirits, Sag as Storm Soaks Liberty Square," Alternet News, October 19, 2011

"Occupy Wall Street: What's Food Got To Do With It?," Slow Food USA, October 7, 2011

"Revolutionaries Need To Eat, Too: Inside the Occupy Wall Street Kitchen," The Christian Post, October 9, 2011