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Valentine’s Dinner for Two

No reservations are needed for this swoon-worthy multi-course meal.

Signature drink: Lemon-Thyme Cocktails

Bright lemon and earthy fresh thyme give vodka, cranberry juice and orange liqueur an elegant upgrade in this top-rated cocktail.


Appetizer: Baked Spinach Artichoke Dip

A cozy night in is the perfect time to bust out a comfort classic like our rich and creamy hot spinach and artichoke dip, best slathered on a crusty baguette.


Salad: Crispy Prosciutto and Orange Salad

Lighten things up with a peppery arugula salad, piled high with crispy prosciutto, goat cheese, almonds, dates and oranges—finished with a delicate orange-honey champagne vinaigrette.


Side: Grilled Sweet Potato and Pepper Packs

Fire up the grill for these remarkably easy veggie packs that bring bright colors to the table and sweet, fresh flavors to your plate with a touch of honey and snip of fresh chives.


Main course: Gorgonzola- and Mushroom-Stuffed Beef Tenderloin with Merlot Sauce

Roasted beef tenderloin is a must for any date-night dinner, and this version goes the extra mile with a rich gorgonzola and mushroom filling and sophisticated merlot pan sauce.


Dessert: Slow Cooker Chocolate Fondue

Strawberries and chocolate may be a Valentine’s Day dessert cliché, but that won’t stop us from indulging in this lovely four-ingredient dark chocolate fondue, made easy in a slow cooker.