LOS ANGELES —Downtown Los Angeles used to be a desolate place at night. For years, restaurants in this city typically only opened at breakfast and lunch, when workers from the towering office buildings filled the streets and sidewalks. —Downtown Los Angeles used to be a desolate place at night. But things have changed. In what is being dubbed the “Manhattanization of Los Angeles,” the ...

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