Jill Silva was joined by Executive Chef Rick Mullins of Café Sebastienne in the 41 Action News podcast studio.
“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.”
"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.
“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
"The artist behind the exhibit grew up in Guyana and experienced reverberations of British colonialism in his life firsthand. Today he lives in London and wrestles with Britain's history and the version of itself that it exports through his art." —Gina Kaufmann, KCUR's Central Standard
“Named one of “16 Cities to Visit Before All Your Friends Catch On” by Conde Nast Traveler, Kansas City is poised to have its year in 2020.
Kemper Museum Shop is pleased to offer a suite of six signed Limited Edition silkscreen prints by Frederick J. Brown – Sarah Vaughan, Louis Armstrong (Portrait Playing Trumpet), Dexter Gordon, Oscar Peterson (Double Portrait), Johnny Hodges, and John Coltrane.