Quest Room Booth & Mural

Steve Murillo Mural



The Quest Room at Caffe Moderne;
an extraordinary space for meetings and events

Character, cuisine and high technology converge in The Quest Room. This unexpected meeting space sits just inside the award winning Caffe Moderne in Wichita's charming Old Town Square. It is ideal for any kind of gathering - business meetings, private parties, special dinners and corporate entertaining. With creative layouts in several styles (conference, classroom, horseshoe, cocktail party, dinner party, etc.), the space is available for full day, half day and evening bookings. The Quest Room boasts audiovisual technology never before available to rent by the general public. This setup is currently the same top-of-the-line equipment that is used in the pentagon, White House, and Microsoft headquarters.

  • Accommodates up to 40 guests
  • Warm, contemporary décor
  • Stunning artistry
  • State-of-the-art audiovisual technology
  • Broadband connectivity
  • Wide menu variety

The Quest Room is as technically equipped as it is intimate, and engineered for no-drama set up and one-touch presentation management.

  • High contrast 120in. flush mounted drop-down projector screen
  • DLP projector with 3300 lumens and 1400 x 1050 high resolution
  • DVD and VHS players Cable television
  • Secure wireless internet
  • 20 ethernet and power receptacles for laptops
  • High power cell phone repeater
  • Theater style surround-sound with noise attenuating speakers
  • Whisper quiet noise canceling acoustics

About The Quest Mural:

Steve Murillo We took our inspiration for The Quest Room from artist Steve Murillo's original, wall-length mural, "The Quest" which adorns the space. Steve Murillo is a popular Wichita artist, well know for his wall murals and large public art sculptures. As artist consultant to the City of Wichita, he has been involved in a number of capital improvement projects, including a newly installed Solar Calendar in Central Riverside Park.

Verse by the artist:
What Lempicka knew about beauty
Was transformed into heavy spiel
Normandie Cruisers and golden caps
Atop a Chrysler skyscraper
And molded into figurines and trophies
That made their way to "Staggerwings"
From the same city that produced the
Stearmen flown by pilots in wars
And air shows and shown off
In Art Deco regalia in paint
Upon a tribute mural to "Moderne" Quest.