That I think is the central part of the "economic recovery" Certain segments of the economy are on fire. While others are dying.Based on a visit to 2 bar in your town? My experience suggests the opposite. Bars would be the last place most sane people would visit.
It's getting hard to find building materials because of how high the demand currently is.
Beer and liquor in general is probably OK, but those sales are all in retail, not in bar settings.
Sounds like Auto demand is high, but obviously airlines not so much.
Online retail(see amazon) doing great brick mortar in big trouble.
So maybe the question is not will those failing industries survive, but more, how long will it take for the thriving industries to absorb the failing ones?