Everything about the Strip requires some suspension of disbelief. Dining inside New York-New York's Il Fornaio is no different. A slice of Little Italy it's not. In fact, the Italian restaurant is one in a successful California-based chain. But close your eyes and bite into one of its bakery-fresh breads (the olive's a favorite) dipped in virgin olive oil imported from Italy, and you'll believe you really did just stroll through Central Park to get there. The farfalle al salmone, lasagna ferrarese and ravioli di verdura are all excellent pasta dishes. The wine list is decent, but the adjacent panetteria's Italian coffees, pastries, muffins and scones are the real stars.