The first city hotel has also closed its doors, with Vienna Woods shutting down until March 29 at least.
The closures came as 40 more cases of coronavirus were confirmed in Ireland, bringing the total to 169.
Local Vintner’s chairman Michael O’Donovan, owner of the Castle Inn in Cork City, said the Government showed leadership by requesting the closures, but added: “There are 12,500 people employed in Cork City in our trade and they will all be affected.
“At the moment, we need financial support for publicans and their staff and we need rates locally to be frozen.”
The Government issued a direct request for all pubs, including hotel bars, to close until at least March 29
It followed images on social media of crowded bars in Dublin at the weekend.
Health Minister Simon Harris warned that the shutdown of bars and pubs is not an excuse to hold what he termed “Covid-19 parties”.
He said we need people to show “cop-on and decency”.