Allison Young Chavez and her husband Ivan Chavez, co-founders of Houston’s Sweet Paris Creperie & Cafe, expanded their sweet business in 2015, much to the delight of Memorial-area patrons. After successfully opening their first Rice Village store in 2012, followed by a second location in Mexico, the entrepreneurs branched out again, adding a third outpost in West Houston’s CityCentre development.
The mission of Sweet Paris is to revive the art of eating made-from-scratch crêpes, and providing guests with a sophisticated, stylish and unique dining experience reminiscent of a chic Parisian atmosphere.
According to Sweet Paris’ proprietors, the menu is the result of careful collaboration with French chefs experimenting with non-traditional ingredients. Sweet Paris' crêpes are not only traditionally French, but also represent a multicultural array of options representing Houston’s diversity. With both sweet and savory options, the French-inspired dish comes in a Texas-sized serving, leaving guests “fully” satisfied. Sweet Paris invites guests to indulge at any time of the day for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert. Although primarily serving crêpes, the café also features salads, paninis, milkshakes, hot drinks and alcoholic beverages.