Feast on History's food & wine classes, travel program and custom events bring food and culture to the table.
We believe in the universal experience of gathering people at the table for food, wine and meaningful conversation
Feast on History has been seen in and at:
Danielle Oteri, Founder & Curator
Danielle is an art historian who uses food and art to tell stories from history. She is an adjunct professor of art history at Seton Hall University and Lecturer at The Cloisters, Metropolitan Museum of Art and Program Director of the International Center of Medieval Art. She has given talks at Yale University, Princeton University, New England Institute of Art, Fashion Institute of Technology, University of Pittsburgh, New York Institute of Technology and Fordham University.
Danielle is a contributor to the most recent edition of the Grove Dictionary of Art published by Oxford University Press. Her food and history writing has appeared in Gothamist, Manhattan Times, Metropolitan Museum of Art, About.com and Good. Food. Stories. In 2010, she won an award from the American Institute of Wine and Food for a piece about where to eat when you're stuck with jury duty in Manhattan.
Christian Galliani, Wine Director
Christian is a wine consultant and CEO of Wine for the 99. A native New Yorker born to Italian and Argentine parents, Christian uses wine to explore culture and history. He leads tours, classes and tastings in New York and Italy and is a wine consultant for Columbia Wine Co.
Laura Massoni, Italian Travel Expert
Laura is Italian born and raised and her passion for travel began as a child. In 1992 she moved to the United States and after several years of working for some of the top travel agencies in the country, she opened her own Travel Company in 1999. Laura Massoni Travel agents are experts committed to providing a high-level of service. This high standard of expertise, service and commitment to quality, is exceeded only by Laura's passion for travel.
Laura also serves travel industry professionals at See Italy.