The Little House, 480 E Ocean Ave., is owned by chef Chrissy Benoit. She previously owned Lake Worth¿s Havana Hideout, a Cuban restaurant featured on the Food Network's "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives." At the Little House, Benoit has both tandoori chicken and smoked salmon pizza on the same menu, which she couldn't do at the Cuban-focused Hideout. She also makes innovative desserts, including the Pop Rock petite citrus sour cream pie, which has a layer of Pop Rocks at the bottom. The quaint restaurant opened in July, inside a historic cottage the CRA moved on a flatbed truck from its original location on First Street and First Avenue. Benoit operates without a full kitchen to preserve the decades-old infrastructure, so she preps proteins and sauces in her West Palm Beach kitchen studio.
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