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Commander's Is a Wine Powerhouse; Sushi Fest on Horizon

Plus, more on White Linen Night dining and new spot The Standard.

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WAREHOUSE DISTRICT— As White Linen Night hits Julia Street and beyond this Saturday, here are yet more dining options, including Rock-N-Sake, American Sector and Emeril's. [Advocate]

GARDEN DISTRICT— Todd Price reports that Commander's Palace is a full on wine powerhouse these days, not only with a wine cellar boasting some 24,868 bottles under the watchful eye of  master somm Dan Davis, but now this: "Last week, 14 employees... took the two-day, level-one wine exam from the Court of Master Sommeliers. Four took the second level exam. All 16 passed." [NOLA.com]

UPTOWN— Just a couple reminders that The Standard, a new neighborhood eatery from Atlanta restaurateurs (one of whom has Nola roots) is now open for lunch, brunch, dinner and even happy hour. [NOLA.com, Gambit]

LAKEFRONT— The New Orleans Sushi Fest hits the Lakefront Arena on August 16 from 2 to 5 p.m. with tons of vendors, Japanese arts and crafts, a Japanese garden for VIPS and more. $15 general admission tix available here. [Eaterwire]

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