Washington Business Journal
Covid crippled the dining industry. But fast-casual restaurants have been a saving grace.
The Covid-19 pandemic forced a lot of restaurants to change the way they conduct business.
Social distancing and restrictions on indoor capacity have forced all of the region’s restaurants to adapt in hopes of staying afloat during their industry’s most trying time. But those whose business model already reflected these changes — and relied heavily upon carryout and/or delivery as their main modes of service before the pandemic — are offering a bright spot and even finding ways to grow through this crisis.