LA banned drive-through shootings, but it didn't help.
But to get off of drive-throughs, which as noted don't actually exist in DT, the Dodgers have hired a new development guru which indicates they are dead serious about re-doing Chavez Ravine. From her history (Camden Yards, Fenway) she is focused on urban, walkable, community-oriented development. Since Dodger Stadium is so close to DT proper, this opens a tremendous set of possibilities for that area and adjacent areas, such as Chinatown and the new Union Station redevelopment project. Integrated transit from US would make a lot of sense, especially if there are going to be 10,000's of residents and visitors in addition to the 3M plus annual fans.
Food and entertainment are obvious; mid-rise hotels and condos? Broadcast facilities? Meeting and convention venues? Very interesting mix with big money and top talent in the mix.