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"I’d like to have something that’s more grab-and-go, a little more casual, where families can take their kids and they don’t have to spend a fortune."

Giada takes the next step with Pronto at Caesars Palace

October 12th, 2017

"I’d like to have something that’s more grab-and-go, a little more casual, where families can take their kids and they don’t have to spend a fortune."

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