Café Sebastienne Hours
Lunch: Tuesday through Saturday, 11:00 a.m.–2:30 p.m.
Dinner: Friday and Saturday, 5:30–9:00 p.m.
Brunch: Sunday, 11:00 a.m.–2:30 p.m.
Closed For Dinner: Saturday, August 16
Closed For Dinner: Saturday, Aug. 23
Closed For Dinner: Saturday, September 6th
Closed For Dinner: Friday, Sept. 12th
Closed For Dinner: Saturday, Sept. 13th
Closed For Dinner: Saturday, Sept. 20th
Closed For Dinner: Friday, Sept. 26th
Closed For Dinner: Saturday, October 4th
Closed For Dinner: Saturday, October 11th (close at 2:00 p.m.)
Closed For Dinner: Saturday, Oct. 18th
Closed For Dinner: Saturday, Oct. 25th
Closed For Dinner: Friday, December 12th
Closed For Dinner: Saturday, Dec. 13th
Reservations can be made by calling 816-561-7740
of Kansas City's premier restaurants, Café Sebastienne combines
the worlds of contemporary art and contemporary cuisine in the heart of
the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art.
Take a break from our galleries and enjoy Executive Chef Jennifer Maloney's
contemporary American cuisine while surrounded by the Museum's permanent
collection, in either the intimate Café setting, or enclosed Courtyard. The artistic cuisine is complemented not only by the aesthetic setting,
but also the eclectic wine list. An array of hand-selected boutique and
single vineyard wines are available to enhance your dining experience.
Chef Maloney uses fresh seasonal
ingredients and local organic produce each week in her innovative menus.
Her dinner selections change weekly to take advantage of the market's
current offerings, and her lunch menus change seasonally.
As a finale to your Kemper Museum
experience, or the perfect date spot, Café Sebastienne remains
an attractive fixture in Kansas City's Independent Restaurant Scene.
Café Sebastienne at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art
4420 Warwick Boulevard, Kansas City, Missouri 64111
Chef Jennifer Maloney
Chef Maloney's creativity and excellence
is acknowledged locally and nationally, including Zagat's recognition
of Café Sebastienne as one of America's top restaurants eight years
running, and guest chef appearances at the esteemed James Beard House
in New York and the renowned Cannes International Film Festival.