Café Sebastienne

Located inside the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Café Sebastienne is surrounded by a rotating selection of artworks and installations by artists from all over the world. The café features two unique spaces, one an intimate dining room with an immersive installation of paintings by Frederick James Brown, and the other an architectural, natural light-filled courtyard.

Your patronage helps support the mission-driven work of Kemper Museum. Members receive 20% off in the Café and Museum Shop. Learn more about membership.

Café Sebastienne Hours

Lunch: Wednesday through Friday, 11:30 a.m.–2 p.m.
Brunch: Saturday and Sunday, 10:30 a.m.–2 p.m

Café Sebastienne is not open for dinner service, but can be booked for a private dinner any night of the week, pending availability. For more information, email

Thursday, December 8: Tuscan Wine Dinner

6 p.m. Cocktails

6:30 p.m. Dinner

Join us for a Tuscan-inspired dinner, which includes five courses accompanied by wine pairings from the region, selected by our partner Tavolo Vigneto. Capacity is limited. Tickets are $100. 

Kemper Museum members receive a 20% discount. A promo code for this event was sent to the email address associated with your membership. For more information about membership, contact Gayle Hathorne, development coordinator, at 816-457-6102 or


Private Dining

Looking for a semi-private room for a group or small party? Please email to make your reservation.


(816) 457-6172