Los Angeles is not what you would call a bar town, and for all the obvious reasons. The region covers almost 5,000 square miles. While public transit does exist there - and taxis and Uber are thriving - it is not New York: If you stumble out of a bar on the way home, there's not a subway on the corner.Read whole article via www.nytimes.com
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