Monday, September 10, 2012

My World: Sweet Paris


I promised myself if the *cool* front arrived and the lows were in the 60s,
I would walk into the village on Sunday and have crepes for breakfast.
And I did!


Sweet Paris



This is Sweet Paris
a creperie and cafe where
they are reviving the art of eating crepes
and no passport is needed!




Sweet Paris


I arrived early so I could take pictures without bothering other patrons.
By the time I was finished with my crepe and had read a chapter in my book,
Sweet Paris was filling up quickly.
It is very bright and cheerful with French music playing in the background.
They call the decor French Industrial Chic.
Love the chandeliers.


Sweet Paris


The mirror makes this small cafe feel larger.


Sweet Paris


This is THE FEAST:
two eggs scrambled, feta, ricotta and mozzarella, tomatoes, spinach, and mushrooms.
It was delicious.
They have breakfast crepes, sweet crepes and savory crepes.
If I have a quibble -- they don't serve hot tea. 


Sweet Paris


Sweet Paris makes a promise:
For each crepe purchased, they will donate one school meal to a child in need through the U.N. World Food Programme USA.


Sweet Paris Menu

"Eat Here, Feed There"

Thank you to the hosts of OUR WORLD.

Wishing you well and much joy!

26 comments:

Sherry said...

This is a complete and total YEE HAW! I can't imagine why they wouldn't serve hot tea -- that would be delightful with crepes! And Sweet Paris is a divine looking spot. I'm so glad you treated yourself! xo

My Little Home and Garden said...

The crêpe looks delicious and I like the setting. It's quite impressive that the owners have such compassion for others.

A bientôt!
-Karen

Marilyn said...

What a lovely French cafe in Texas. Your crepe looks totally delicious! I would love a place like this for sure.

Corrine at sparkledaysstudio.com said...

Oh what a pretty place....no wonder you wanted to go there. I love crepes, who doesn't!! xox

Debra She Who Seeks said...

I love all kinds of crepes! When they're well done, there's no better treat. And bravo to Sweet Paris for being socially conscious too!

Trish - Sweetology101 said...

stopping by to say hello - this place looks so wonderful!! I love the decor so much - I love making crepes in the fall for Sunday breakfast for my family. Take care.

Sylvia K said...

What a delightful place, and I do love crepes! The perfect setting for a perfect breakfast! Thanks for sharing the fun! Your photos are terrific! Wish I could go there myself! Have a great week!!

Janet said...

Such a lovely cafe to spend your Sunday morning in...and the food looks delicious.

Gary said...

Gee I haven't had crepes for a long time!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canad.

Ruth Kelly said...

Yum, I am ready to have breakfast.!

Daphne Bryson said...

The decor is lovely and the perfect place to enjoy breakfast. I love the chandeliers, they are stunning. What a wonderful way to spend the morning. Best Wishes Daphne

Carver said...

That looks like somewhere that I'd enjoy going for a meal.

NatureFootstep said...

sounds delicious. :)

Laurie Ritchey said...

What a charming place, and oh, that breakfast looks soooo good! My mouth is watering. I wish we had something like that where I live. Have a good week. laurie

Fun60 said...

What a way to start a Sunday. I can envisage myself sitting there enjoying those wonderful crepes whilst reading the Sunday papers. Heaven!

Al said...

It looks like a great place, now you've made me hungry again!

Barb said...

Next time I'm in Houston, let's meet at Sweet Paris for breakfast! We were talking about the Bocelli concert there in Nov, but so far haven't committed to it.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

What a great place. The crepe looks great.

Micupoftea~ said...

Wow...sounds like a charming place to eat a delicious breakfast! Nice photos. Too bad they do not serve tea. I guess I would bring my own and ask for hot water! LOL
Shawn

Rajesh said...

This sure is a nice place.

Riet said...

What a beautiful little restaurant and since the foto's is also good it is excellent. Great idea for a delicious breakfast.

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

What a lovely place to have crepes! I love the setting! And I really like that they donate when you purchase a crepe! Sounds like a wonderful place to eat although I would have to bring my own tea. Thanks for sharing and for visiting. Have a beautiful day.

Blessings,
Sandi

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Oh how I wish I had this restaurant within walking distance. It's my kind of place -- and my kind of breakfast. ( know you're a tea-drinker, but if this place made espresso, I would be in absolute heaven!)

Cezar and Léia said...

Charming decoration, very elegant French style( that chandelier is wonderful) :) Hmmm and that crepe looks delicious!
Hugs and purrs
Léia and little LUNA

jinxxxygirl said...

Hubby and i had crepes for the first time ever a few months ago at a spring fair in our new home of California....we got to watch them make it...how interesting.....we had a savory breakfast one too but now i want to try a sweet one. Thanks for sharing! deb

Mary said...

Snap~ What a delightful spot for a little taste of France! I love the decor and your crepe looks delicious :)