Chrissy Benoit to Unveil Second Production Kitchen

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Budding culinary entrepreneurs in need of affordable, convenient, professionally outfitted kitchen space will soon have that need met when Havana Hideout chef-owner Chrissy Benoit opens her second Production Kitchen in West Palm Beach. 

The new PK goes into the same complex on Old Okeechobee Road as the original

Kitchen, which debuted just a little over a year ago. At 3,400 square

feet, however, the younger sibling is almost four times its elder's

size, big enough to accommodate up to 20 clients.

Benoit says a half-dozen people have already signed up for space in

the new PK, which is expected to open in late May. Among its features

will be a pair of double-stacked convection ovens, giant industrial-size

mixer, six-burner stove, flattop griddle and grill, and walk-in


For more information about Production Kitchen go here.

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