Texas-based Sweet Paris Crêperie & Café, famous for its crêpes and brunch, is debuting in the state of Florida with four new locations, including two in the Miami area.

The franchise already has a strong footprint in Texas with ten locations, but South Florida will open up new opportunities for the brand. Two of the new locations 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 Florida and become a multi-unit franchisee and strategic partner.

“We are so excited to transport guests in Miami to our beautiful and delicious world of crêpes,” says Allison Chavez, co-founder of Sweet Paris.

“Miami is the perfect market with its wonderful people and vibrant restaurant scene. We look forward to opening many Sweet Paris stores and to revive the art of eating crêpes in Florida,” says Ivette Escobar.

Founded in 2012 by Allison and her husband Ivan Chavez, Sweet Paris has been profiled by Forbes magazine and has been recognized by QSR Magazine as one the nation’s top 40 emerging fast-casual restaurant concepts with under 40 locations across the country.