Monday, January 28, marks the 107th anniversary of Jackson Pollock’s birth, but the East End is celebrating one day early, at one of the famed artist’s alleged favorite haunts.
Formerly Jungle Pete’s — located at 15 Fort Pond Boulevard in Springs — the now-Springs Tavern will host a three-course menu taken from the pages of Robyn Lea’s book, “Dinner with Jackson Pollock” — featuring Cross-Country Johnny Cakes, whiskey-soaked chicken with collard greens, and brandied peaches.
The cost of the dinner is $40 for either the 6:30 or 8 p.m. seating. Reservations are required. For more information, call (631) 527-7800 or visit pkhouse.org.