TV personality Giada De Laurentiis announced that her restaurants Giada at Cromwell and Pronto de Giada at Caesars Palace closed with immediate effect as a precautionary measure to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
De Laurentiis wrote on Facebook: “As of tonight, GDL Foods will be closing the doors of our restaurant (Giada, Pronto by Giada & GDL Italian]for the foreseeable future to protect the health and well-being of our customers and our staff. This is not something my team nor I take lightly, but at this time we feel it is best to follow and adhere to the guidelines given to us. We are using this time to spend time with our families and we hope and pray that we can reopen soon. Stay safe! XO G”
They are the first restaurants in the Caesars Entertainment empire to announce their indefinite closure.
Earlier, MGM Resorts announced dozens of restaurant closures at its seven Las Vegas resorts, and Wynn Las Vegas said it would close on March 17.
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