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Lannyâ€™s Alta Cocina is without a doubt one of the pillars of the Fort Worth dining scene. Headed up by the great-grandson of the guy who founded Joe T. Garciaâ€™s, Lanny's turns out food that is miles away from the fajitas and margaritas youâ€™ll find at that other institution. Refined and classy but never stuffy or pretentious, the dining room is sleek and minimalist without feeling cold. Lannyâ€™s haute cuisine fuses Mexican ingredients like tequila, chiles, mole and pepitas with Mediterranean techniques -- and vice versa -- to create dishes such as mezcal-cured hamachi, black cod chile relleno and carne asada with gnocchi in chipotle brown butter. A five-course tasting menu is available for $60; add the optional wine pairings to bring your tab to a cool hundred bucks per person and experience some of the most refined and quintessentially Fort Worth-ian cuisine the area has to offer.