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Otium is a contemporary restaurant that draws from the rich culinary heritage and experiences of Timothy Hollingsworth. It is designed to be a social restaurant with an open kitchen merging indoor and outdoor spaces. The restaurant's name, Otium, has its roots in Latin, a word that is meant to emphasize a place where time can be spent on leisurely social activities. Otium strips away the rigid formalities of dining while focusing on the quality of food, warm service, and relaxed casual ambience, paralleling the true essence of its name. The restaurant draws inspiration from the 100-year-old olive trees planted in The Broad's adjacent plaza by utilizing rustic cooking with wood fire and sustainable…
Went there for lunch with a great friend. I had been there couple of times before, but this time was a bit awkward. We ordered entrees and a small salad to share. We wanted to have salad first, but entrees came way before salad -...More
During the1980s, a restaurant in Manhattan called The Quilted Giraffe reigned supreme among celebrities and the coke-fueled Bright Lights, Big City smart set alike. It featured a prix fixe menu for $75 dollars (about $250 in the 2019 dollar equivalent), but for an additional $50,...More
The atmosphere at Otium is enjoyable. I used to go here for lunch sometimes and dinners before events nearby. The food was great, though at the times the hours varied and they were not very good at updating their hours on socials/google for special events...More
Booked this restaurant for my birthday after watching the tv cooking competition The Final Table. Timothy Hollingsworth, the chef and founder of Otium, was the winner. So we made the trek downtown on a Thursday night from Santa Monica (1 hour drive for a 12...More
The menu is limited to a lot of hoity toity food which is my biggest complaint. I'm not into eating weird tasting garnishes and such. I'd rather have some food I can pronounce and actually know what it is. The service was great. The food...More
So I finally got the opportunity to go and have a business lunch at this hotspot in downtown LA getting there fairly easy parked at valet parking fairly easy got a table online fairly easy greeted by a very friendly staff and a beautiful space...More
Four of us booked a table for 5:00 when the restaurant opened. We had lots of questions and the waiter answered them graciously. We indicated that we had to leave for theater by 6:00 and he said it would be no problem. We placed our...More
Dining at Otium Restaurant is a Culinary Delight coupled with Great Location. It’s just next door to the Broad Museum, across the street from MOCA & one block from the Philharmonic & the Music Center venues. It’s a special spot saved up for a dining...More
Stumbled across this place by pure chance on our last day in Los Angeles and really glad we did. Every member of staff behind the bar was very passionate and made us cocktails based on what we liked. Highly recommend.
After enjoying the latest exhibit at The Broad, my wife and I made 8:00 reservations. We were seated on time and the decor was open and modern. The noise level was loud. Our server was quick, polite and had a good understanding of the menu....More
Downtown Los Angeles is a busy metropolis of towering buildings, bustling streets, and industrial warehouses. There is a distinct multiplicity of cultures here with a growing influx of business professionals and hipsters. Many call the evolution of Downtown over recent years gentrification. New lofts, bars, hotels and restaurants are popping up regularly. Downtown is home to some of the very best restaurants
in the city leading the LA foodie scene, plus it is the location of cultural and sports venues including the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Staples Center, and the Coliseum at the University of Southern California.