There was a heavily police presence in Cardiff for second night in a row on Saturday.
It comes ahead of new rules being introduced from Monday to combat a spike in cases in several places in Wales.
From Monday, people will have to wear masks in indoor public places and gathering of more than six people indoors will be banned.
Similar to what was seen Friday night, Saturday also saw temperatures being taken at bar entrances, door staff in PPE and plenty of police officers.
Caerphilly is already in a form of lockdown with RCT, Newport and Merthyr also at risk.
Cardiff council had given Coyote Ugly, along with Peppermint, Mocka Lounge, Rum and Fizz, and Gin and Juice just 48 hours to make changes to the way they operate.
It followed shocking scenes emerged on St Mary Street in Cardiff showing hundreds of people packed like sardines queuing for a bar.
Though many people were distancing and wearing masks there were still some people who did not seem to be social distancing.