Sweet Paris Crêperie & Café has announced its newest and first location in Austin opens at The Domain in mid-August. Sweet Paris is a beautiful and chic multi-location creperie that specialize in sweet and savory crepes, waffles, salads, hot drinks, and more. The dishes made from scratch are as delicious as they are beautiful. The Instagram-worthy interior and artful food and drink make Sweet Paris a popular spot for high-profile social media influencers.
Sweet Paris Crêperie and Café opened its first store in 2012 and has since spread everywhere Houston, College station, San Antonio and now Austin. Sweet Paris Austin will be the group's tenth store, with an eleventh being built in Town Square in Sugarland, TX. Sweet Paris strategically seeks to grow in new markets through its strategic partnership model, where individuals and groups with a hospitality background can franchise Sweet Paris in their hometown.
Sweet Paris Austin will debut in the space adjacent to Starbucks in the heart of Simon Mall's The Domain, Austin's premier fashion, luxury, food and family fun destination with over 100 stores and restaurants. Sweet Paris Austin offers domain buyers a place to recharge and relax after a day of shopping, as well as a fun place for the whole family. The Strategic Partners for Sweet Paris Austin at The Domain are Michael and Mary Keltonand they already successfully run Sweet Paris The Woodlands on Market Street.
Sweet Paris Austin will be the group's second restaurant to open in 2020 as Sweet Paris Baybrook is located in Friendswood, TX is a beautiful store that opened on the lawn in Baybrook Mall this March.
The two founders of this stylish concept, Allison and Iván Chávez, a dynamic husband and wife duo, met as students at the Wharton School of Business and created a movement behind their signature crepes by using the highest quality ingredients with bold flavors that all presented in beautiful surroundings. The Chavez's made it a personal mission to “revive the art of eating crepes” and traveled the world in search of flavors and new ways to bring this popular street food to market.
The appeal of Sweet Paris is evident in its food and charming French industrial decor. The fresh simplicity of the design makes the food a star. It is a convenient place for families, friends and lovers to pamper themselves in a beautiful setting for breakfast, lunch, snacks, dinner or dessert.
The menu includes waffles, salads, paninis, soups, milkshakes, frozen mimosas, and hot espresso and Nutella drinks.
EAT HERE, FEED THERE ™
Inspired by the overwhelming need to “fight hunger with hunger, the founders of Sweet Paris use Sweet Paris resources to raise funds for the communities in which they work. Customers can purchase three crepes on the menu set by the Central Texas Food Bank Logo. Guests can choose from the following crêpes to make a donation: Allison & # 39; s Parfait, Truffled Caprese, and Lemon & Sugar. For every crepe sold with the Central Texas Food Bank logo, Sweet Paris donates a meal to help children in need.
The new 2,429 square meter restaurant with a beautiful terrace and an event area offers space for 108 people and is open daily. Sweet Paris Crêperie & Café currently operates nine locations: Houston Rice Village; Houston CityCentre; Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico;; La Centerra, Katy;; Century Square, College station;; Houston Highland Village; Marktstrasse, The woods;; The shops at La Cantera, San Antonio;; and Baybrook Mall, Friendswood.
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ABOUT THE FOUNDERS
Entrepreneur saying Allison and Ivan Chavez Having a passion for crepes is an understatement. Out of love for crepe – whether sweet or savory – the two of them researched this popular street food and combined it with flavors from all over the world. In 2012 they opened their first Sweet Paris in the popular Rice village Business district. While their hearts carried them on this culinary journey, the two have serious business acumen.
Allison was born and raised in Houston. After graduating from St. John's School, she attended Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania in the Philadelphia. There she met Chavez, who was out Guadalajara, Mexico. After graduating from renowned business school, Allison worked as an investment banking financial analyst at Credit Suisse in New York City. Ivan has worked in the hospitality industry, specifically developing and operating beach resorts in Mexico, since 2007.