Café Sebastienne at Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art
Hours: Monday and Tuesday, Closed; Wednesday–Friday, 11:30 a.m.–2 p.m.; Saturday & Sunday, 10:30 a.m.–2 p.m.
Café Sebastienne is a creative restaurant led by Chef Rick Mullins. Open for brunch on the weekends and lunch Wednesday–Friday. A community-oriented approach drives the kitchen, with an emphasis on sustainable practices and a commitment to cultivating strong relationships with local farmers and suppliers. Aiming to uphold ethically-driven and environmentally-sustainable kitchen practices, Café Sebastienne aims to provide culinary experiences diners can feel good about. Working with a responsibility to take care of the land and water which we depend on to create seasonally fresh dishes which combine the worlds of contemporary art and contemporary cuisine, Chef Mullins and his team collaborate creatively to use every ingredient to its fullest, challenge all the senses, and continually reinvent classic foods in simple but elegant dishes. Located inside the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Café Sebastienne is surrounded by a rotating selection of art works and installations by artists from all over the world. The café features two unique spaces, one an intimate dining room with a floor-to-ceiling installation of paintings by Frederick James Brown, and the other an architectural, natural light-filled courtyard enclosed by a glass ceiling. Your patronage helps support the mission-driven work of Kemper Museum. Members receive discounts in the Café and Museum Shop. Learn more about membership.