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 working with local farmers and suppliers. This perspective influences everything from the kitchen playlists to the creative approach and expression behind each item on the ever-evolving menu.
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.