Café Sebastienne

KCUR Food Critics: The Best Brunches In Kansas City In 2020

“Weekend brunch with its fancy avocado toast and creative cocktails has become an institution for many Kansas Citians over the years, even if not everyone is a fan.” 

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Vegan and Vegetarian Dining Options in Kansas City

“Plant-based dining is more than a trend or a flash in the pan. More affordable and available than ever before, Kansas City’s vegan and vegetarian options offer healthy, sustainable menus without sacrificing flavor or taste.” ––VisitKC

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Kemper Museum’s 2020 Artist Dinner Series Launches with Fanfare

"Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art is one of only a handful of museums in the Midwest which features a gourmet restaurant tucked away inside its walls. So when Café Sebastienne’s culinary team unveiled an Artist Dinner Series last year, it soon became one of the hottest tickets in town. Tickets went so quickly it even caught the museum a bit off guard. Seems the only thing cultural aficionados like more than appreciating art is enjoying a perfectly executed, intimate, epicurean meal designed around it."

Celebrate Lunar New Year at Café Sebastienne

Join us for brunch on Saturday, January 25, or Sunday, January 26, 2020, to enjoy a special dim sum experience at Café Sebastienne!

In place of our regular weekend brunch, the weekend will exclusively feature a dim sum style menu, taking place from 10:00 a.m.–2:30 p.m. both days, created by the Café Sebastienne culinary team. 

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Valentine's Day Dinner at Café Sebastienne

Book your reservation now for Friday, February 14, 2020, and enjoy a special Café Sebastienne dinner experience with the one you love.

The evening will feature a special Valentine's Day fixed-price menu from 5:30–8:30 p.m. created by Chef Rick Mullins, including three courses priced at $55 per person. Purchase recommended wine pairings for an additional $20 per person, or any of the Café’s wine, beer, or cocktail selections at the listed price.

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Composting for the Greener Good

KC Can Compost is a social and environmental enterprise created with the aim of providing organic waste collection to Kansas City's business sector and jobs to those in need.

Artist Angel Otero Shares His ‘Diario’ at Kemper Museum

"Angel Otero routinely punctuates his sentences with 'it’s dope' and a chuckle. 

The 38-year-old artist from Santurce, Puerto Rico, is larger than life, but his mixed-media installation 'Diario' at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art is even larger. It’s his largest work to date. The commissioned work is the fourth in the museum’s Atrium Project series curated by Erin Dziedzic, director of curatorial affairs at the Kemper Museum." ––Vicky Diaz-Camacho, KCPT 

Around Town: Rick Mullins

In her new series, Food Editor Grace Pritchett shares a drink or two and a bite to eat with some of KC’s most prominent food personalities. This week, she shares a bite + takes in the wise words of Cafe Sebastienne’s Rick Mullins. 

The Flavor of Art

“Eighty-year-old artist Virginia Jaramillo ran her fingers over bumps of paint on the canvas and tilted her head to gaze at her 1975 painting titled Principle of Equivalence. The title, she said, references more philosophical notions of equivalence. The burnt-orange color draws from childhood memories of riding her bike through the desert landscape at her grandparents’ turkey ranch in El Centro, Southern California.

‘See the gradation? I would see the earth, all cracked, and it was that color,’ she said. ‘To me it’s soothing.’ 

Mickey Priolo Joins Café Sebastienne as General Manager

Mickey Priolo, who joined Café Sebastienne as general manager in early November, is perhaps best known for his work in Kansas City’s restaurant kitchens. Priolo has worked as a sous chef at Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, chef de partie at Bluestem and executive chef at The Corner Restaurant. Notably, Priolo also completed a gastronomic internship in 2015 at the renowned restaurant Noma in Copenhagen, Denmark. –– Pete Dulin, FEAST