Finally had an opportunity to experience TOH on a Sunday night during MLK weekend. Heard great things about the food and couldn't wait to experience it. We were seated in the middle portion of the restaurant which I'd call their covered outdoor patio next to the fireplace. Since it was cool that night they had the heaters going making it comfortable. Waitress was friendly and attentive even with a large group in the back room and the restaurant filling up. We ordered appetizers starting with the ahi tuna which was a surprisingly very generous portion. The tuna was definitely fresh, the sear and ponzu sauce set it off perfectly. We also tried the olives which were phenomenal with a slight & right amount of heat from the marinade to make them unique. Next was the burrata cheese which is one of our favorites and TOH's did not disappoint. Set off with caramelized onions, greens, citrus slices and toasted bruschetta style bread. Again all portions were very generous leaving room only for a flatbread as the entree for us. Luckily they had a chile verde free range chicken flatbread that was flavorful and the right amount of kick to it that wasn't overpowering. All this coupled with a great bottle of wine from a nice selection made this visit excellent and worthy of return.
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