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Addison restaurant honors Tyson Chandler

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    The "Tyson Chandler Crepe" is stuffed with herb-roasted chicken, spinach and mushrooms covered in bacon sauce.

    Flippin’ Out Crêpes & Coffee, an original crepe and coffee-themed restaurant, which will open the second day of July has named one of its crepes after Tyson Chandler.

    Stuffed with herb-roasted chicken, spinach and mushrooms covered in bacon sauce, the crêpe named for the Mavs’ center is a savory selection.

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    The first six people who order the crêpe each day opening week will receive a complimentary ice tea.

    Flippin’ Out Crêpes are made to order and are specially wrapped so customers can order it to-go and eat it by hand.

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    “Our Executive Chef, Scott Hoffner, has developed a menu that will truly satisfy all tastes,” said Flippin’ Out Crêpes owner Carl Peterson.

    Hoffner is Chandler's personal chef.

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    Diners who want to order something other than the “Tyson Chandler Crepe” may want to ask for one of the following: The Midland -- Bacon, egg  and smoked cheddar, Lemon Chicken -- Herb crusted with asparagus, parmesan and lemon cream sauce, Gulf Coast -- sautéed shrimp, lump crab, roasted Pasilla peppers and Pontchartrain cream sauce or Nutella -- Buttery chocolate hazelnut spread with bananas and strawberries.

    For those of you not familiar with crêpes, which are a type of very thin pancake popular in Europe, click here to learn more.


    Find it:
    Flippin’ Out Crepes & Coffee
    4021 Beltline Road
     972.385.6183
    flippingoutcrepes.com