Fulda is full of old Baroque-time buildings, that today are used as museums, administration, theatre and of course bars and restaurants.
In a huge building we have the Vonderau Museum and close by the Museums Cafe (great during the day) and the Museums Keller (great early evening for a snack and quiet drink).
As soon as midnight approaches, tables and chairs are put aside, DJ's turn up - and Club 24 opens its doors. Most Saturdays they have 3 rooms open with different music (that's why they call it 3-Raum-Party), you meet lots and lots of people, you have the wonderful old builing with some statues even in the Cafe-Room, good drinks, fair prices and mixed crowd perfect for people watching if you don't want to dance!
UPDATE: They started charging a 3 Euro entrance fee and there are even more people trying to get in now. So be there early if you don't want to queue for too long. They have a box with jelly frogs for the first guests.
Dress Code: As crazy or casual as you like.
They call themselves a bistro, and the interior is like an English pub with exotic touches - like the crocodiles. Busy place but more for a chat with the girls, not really party atmosphere.
The former pharmacy Krokodil used to be in this building. It kept the name but the whole interior was brought to the Vonderau Museum and is definitely worth a visit there. Have a snack and drink in the pub before and/or after the museum (5 min walking).
The Rädchen is located in the pub quarter of Karl- and Kanalstraße in Fulda and is a perfect choice for some good food like soups, tex-mex food, huge breaksfast buffet on Sundays, (oh, maybe this should be a restaurant tip??), fair-trade-coffee and local "schwarzer-hahn"-beer.
Nice crowd, nice staff, cozy interior, best to get a table by the windows to watch everybody walking buy.
Sometimes if they are really really busy they forget to charge you for the soup ;-)
This is Fulda's brand new cocktail bar. It looks a little Arabian, red are the walls the curtains and a lot of drinks. Candles everywhere, relax in cosy sofas or enjoy your drink at the bar.
They always have their cocktail specials - I had a golden dream which tasted like a dream :-)
Drinks and food and music and a cosy interior - just what you expect of an Irish pub outside Ireland. Always busy, always a great night out.