Alicia Kennedy, Food & Drink Writer

press & appearances

‘I see food as comfort, as resistance, as revolution,’ says Kennedy. ‘We are serving dishes that will remind Puerto Ricans of home, using ingredients almost exclusively donated by New York farms. This is a community effort, and I hope that comforts anyone who feels especially far from home right now.’
— Bustle

Industry City: Moderator of "How Tech Is Changing How We Drink" panel at Food Loves Tech, 2017

Guest on Heritage Radio Network's "Food Without Borders" Episode on Puerto Rico Post–Hurricane María, 2017

Interviewed for "Puerto Rican Chefs Are Using Food To Rebuild After Hurricane Maria, & It’s Also A Form of Resistance" in Bustle, 2017

Quoted in "Why aren’t there more Puerto Rican restaurants in the Bay Area?" in San Francisco Chronicle, 2017

The Horny Ram: One of three cocktail writers in a Halloween cocktail competition contestant, 2017

Guest on The Leslie Roberts Show, Discussing "48 Hours in Montréal" in the Village Voice, 2017

MoMA P.S. 1: Panelist on Sustainability, Come Together: Music Festival and Label Market, 2017

V Spot St. Marks Place: Judged U.S. Veg Corp's Burger Supremacy Veggie Burger Contest, 2017

61 Local: Bad Advice From Bad Women Reading Series, 2017