Lack of variation on a theme

Before I give anybody the wrong impression: I still like theme parks. In general. I can see myself going to them, and enjoying them.

But sometimes on a Monday night, you just want to go out for dinner. Without walking through clouds of fog and past giant globes and guys doing the robot to an 80’s funk cover of REM’s “Superman” and giant signs of the Hulk and King Kong to get theme park food. It takes the edge off the magic.

I suspect that too much exposure to theme park environments gives you a warped sense of reality. Even moreso than normal.

Is LA always like this, or do I just have a seriously skewed impression of it on account of the theme restaurants and roller coasters?