Speed of the game is important, as well as being able to change with a changing market. When covid restrictions were initially implemented, quite a few restaurants immediately changed their focus to being able to provide excellent carryout food, and service. And they prospered, while others didn't. Not sure I'd order a couple $75 prime steak dinners to go, but I've had carryout food a couple handfuls of times during the pandemic. The places that had great food, and service before covid, probably will get through with the support of their loyal customers. Places that didn't provide real good value probably won't. And it is unfortunate that a lot of restaurants simply won't re-open.