Four Seasons Will Serve a Jackson Pollock–Inspired Menu

This is not pulled pork — don't eat it! It's a famous painting! Photo: EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP

The more foodie, less moody side of the late, iconoclastic artists Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner will be remembered and honored next week at the Four Seasons. Pollock would have turned 100 over the weekend, and to commemorate the occasion, Super Chef reports, the restaurant will roll out some of the artist's favorite (and fantastically old-school) foods, like onion soup en croute, lobster and shrimp Newburg, rack of lamb, and Meyer lemon pudding. The director of the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center will be on hand with some artwork and stories about Pollock, and everyone will break bread with loaves baked with the artist's own white and rye recipe. Dinner is $200 per person; call the restaurant for more information and reservations. [Super Chef]