Miami market to see four new cafes over coming years
Sweet Paris Creperie & Cafe will expand in Texas and enter Miami, Fla. with new development agreements. It will enter the Dallas market with three new cafes after signing a new deal with Ludovic (Ludo) Le Gall and Yi Wang, existing franchise partners at Baybrook Mall in Houston. Sweet Paris’ menu features a selection of cafe items, including crêpes, waffles, salads, paninis, soups, milkshakes, mimosas, and hot espresso & Nutella beverages.
The fast-casual chain’s expansion in Miami will be propelled by an agreement with Ivette Escobar, the company’s chief development officer for ten years, who is transitioning to a franchisee role as she relocates to Florida. Her two new upcoming Miami-area units will be matched by Sweet Paris, which is also building two corporate stores there.
The four locations coming to Miami will be Sweet Paris’ first in the state of Florida. Two of them will be corporate-owned while the other two are being developed in partnership with Ivette Escobar, who has served as the company’s chief development officer for nearly a decade, but will now relocate to the Sunshine State and become a multi-unit franchisee and Strategic Partner.
“We are so excited to transport guests in Dallas and Miami to our beautiful and delicious world of crêpes,” said Allison Chavez, co-founder of Sweet Paris. “With our existing presence in Texas, Dallas will be a natural next city for expansion, and Miami will be the perfect market to begin growth in Florida with its diverse population and vibrant restaurant scene. We look forward to supporting our Strategic Partners in their entrepreneurial journeys and hope that this is only the beginning of a national revival of the art of eating crêpes.”
Chavez and her husband, Ivan, founded the vibrant and eye-catching Sweet Paris Creperie & Cafe in 2012. The venture has grown to 10 domestic cafes and one international unit.
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