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When Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine ordered all restaurants and bars to stop sit-down service in March, restaurants had to close temporarily or permanently, or try to survive on carry-out and delivery. The latter is what happened at Smoked on High, a barbecue restaurant and catering company in downtown Columbus.