COVID-19: An updated list of Pubs, Cafés, Restaurants & Public Buildings that are closed

These businesses have also taken the decision to close: Cask, MacCurtain Street, St Luke’s Inn, The Castle Inn, Tom Barry’s, Pigalle, The Bookshelf, The White Horse, Ballincollig, Clancy’s, Scannells Bar, Clonakilty, The Woolshed Baa & Grill, The Mardyke Bowl, Holy Smoke Restaurant, Barcadia Arcade, The Cellar Theatre, Miyazaki, Three Fools Coffee, Sonny’s Deli, Idaho, Jacques, Ryan’s Bar, North Main Street, The Long Valley, Brú Bar, Brick Lane, Impala, Dwyer’s of Cork, The Raven, The Roundy, The Bowery/TipTop/Mason, Tradehouse Central, Ballincollig, The Supper Club, Kinsale, O’Sullivan’s Bar Douglas.


The board of the Cork International Choral Festival has announced the cancellation of this year’s Festival. More than 5,000 choir members who would have been participating, 800 of whom were travelling from abroad.


Publican Benny McCabe has joined other pub owners in shutting the doors of his 15 Cork bars. The Vicarstown, Rising Sons Brewery, The Poor Relation, The Bodega, El Fenix, The Mutton Lane, BDSM, The Oval, Crane Lane Theatre and Sin É will all close until the end of the month.

Cork City Council public offices remain open but access to the complex is limited to the Anglesea Street entrance of the New Civic Offices. Distancing protocol is being observed.” reads a statement issued this afternoon.

“The following buildings closed to the public yesterday until March 30th

All branches of Cork City Council Libraries;
Cork City and County Archives;
Cork Public Museum at Fitzgerald’s Park;
St Peter’s on North Main Street;
Elizabeth Fort
Members of the public are requested where possible to contact our Customer Service Unit by phone at 021 492 4000, via email or via our customer service request forms on our website.

Please Follow the Advice of the HSE and remember Wash Your Hands.

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