Named for the Latin term to describe leisurely gathering, Otium is the convivial restaurant attached to the Broad Museum. Much like the dining room, a sprawling space showcasing high quality materials in understated designs, the menu by Chef Timothy Hollingsworth, formerly chef de cuisine of The French Laundry, is an exercise in elegant rusticity. It’s a place where high quality service and execution effortlessly blends with a casual and inviting atmosphere, perfect for your next group outing. Twelve guests can enjoy a semi-private dinner at the chef’s table, positioned between the kitchen and the dining room, while a semi-private dining room cantilevered over Hope Street offers more seclusion for up to 36 guests. For outdoor dining, up to 32 guests can enjoy dinner on the rooftop mezzanine, surrounded by a vertical garden, while the patio with a fire pit and woodfire rotisserie can be half or fully booked to seat 30 or 65 respectively.