Why brave the Valentine’s Day scramble for a restaurant reservation when you can go to the best restaurant of all: The one in your kitchen. You don’t need to make a reservation, you get to call the shots on the lighting, the music — and most importantly — the menu. So, yes, a Valentine’s Day date night at home can be special, memorable, romantic — and delicious. Here’s our ultimate Valentine’s Day dinner menu that feels just as special as a table at a fine dining restaurant, minus the whole going-out hassle:Surf & turf: Ribeye and lobsterFew dishes say “special occasion” like surf and turf, a white tablecloth classic. Pair a beautifully marbled, Animal Welfare Rated cut of ribeye with creamy, rich lobster tail.