Stroll past the quaint patio with its Parisian-style park chairs and tables dressed with pots of faux dogwood, the sound of Nina Simone drifting in the air, and you’ll find a picture window, beyond which crêpes are being poured and crafted. How can you resist doubling back to the front door? Welcome to Sweet Paris, the crêperie and cafe recently opened in Rice Village by Ivan Chavez and Allison Young. This couple has spun their passion for the delicate French specialty into an experience both savory and sweet for les citoyens of Houston. The pretty blue-and-white spot is open continuously, breakfast through dinner, with such crépe-wrapped temptations as chicken Alfredo with mushrooms ($8); turkey, grapes and brie ($7.75); Argentine dulce de leche ($6.50 to $7.25); and s’mores with torched marshmallows ($7.50). Also on the menu are turkey or prosciutto paninis ($8) and, of course, hot coffee creations. But there’s more: Chavez and Young donate 25 cents from every crêpe sold to the World Food Program USA — just the amount needed to purchase one nutritious meal for a schoolchild in need. Now, that’s sweet. 2420 Rice Blvd. in Rice Village, 713.360.6266; sweetparis.com.