Using any Italian terminology (i.e., "Ristorante") here is a serious stretch. Very little Italian about this restaurant. No wine list and, in the ultimate Americanized capitulation, no espresso machine.We started our meal with the Bruschetta appetizer. Bizarre to say the least; I've never had this (anywhere in the world) on a soft piece of bread with a few char marks, and a sautéed mixture of tomatoes, onions and whatnot. Bruschetta, at least in an Italian context, is fresh tomatoes and herbs, UNCOOKED, on a crunchy piece of bread.Entrees were acceptable; my wife had the Pollo Marsala and she enjoyed it. It was a bit odd served with diced red potatoes, but with a gorgonzola topping it kind of worked.I had the radiatore with marinara and spicy sausage, okay but utterly uninspired. Note to proprietor and other across the U.S: Marinara in Italian means "from the sea" ("MAR means the Sea).This location is rather new relocation, and it looked like they were still equipping the bar and restaurant on the fly. Saw employees bringing in what appeared to be grocery store carriers of low end wine.......My wife noticed that our glasses of wine (Canyon Road, from the grocery store bargain bin) were significantly underpoured compared to what other patrons were receiving.My wife ordered a bread pudding dessert to go - $8.95 plus a $1.00 to go fee, something I've never encountered (bizarre, seems like their cost and effort would be less for a takeout item, not having to serve and wash dishes). Basically $10 for what turned out to be blah... Desert list has all kinds of American stuff - cupcakes, cheesecake, etc., but not much Italian.Wait staff was friendly, but seemed inadequately versed in any Italian terminology, pronunciation and knowledge of the menu.In summary, place is fine if what you are looking for is fully Americanized Italian.