$5 for $10 Worth of Coffee, Milkshakes, Sandwiches, and More at Max Bloom's Café Noir in Fullerton

Downtown Fullerton

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In a Nutshell

  • Coffee, shakes & sandwiches
  • Vintage 1940s décor
  • Weekly entertainment

The Fine Print

Expires Jul 10th, 2011. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. Tax and gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Judging from films from the 1940s, cafés existed only in black and white and were a haven for Humphrey Bogart to drink 15 cups coffee from a silly straw. Relish vintage relics with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of coffee and baked goods from Max Bloom's Café Noir, located in Fullerton.

Max Bloom's treats customers to classic café fare in an old-timey 1940s ambience, as vintage film posters, black-and-white photographs of glamorous starlets, and other remnants of pulp past line the walls. Max Bloom's menu percolates with caffeinated cups of house-blend coffee ($0.89–$1.80) and café lattes ($2.70–3.85), as well as vintage sodas ($1.85) and milkshakes ($4), which are concocted by a 1940s commercial mixer to impart the wholesome taste of postwar America. Diners can don their swellest petticoats and order a roast-beef panini as fuel for future foxtrot competitions ($4.75), or wake up with the breakfast burrito before imparting on a noir-esque detective hunt to find out who murdered the department store's mannequins ($3+). Max Bloom's also has a swinging calendar of events, including open-mic nights, film showings on Mondays, and live music.


Yelpers give Max Bloom's Café Noir a 4.5-star average and say:

  • I've tried their Turkey panini sandwich, iced caramel blend, and house coffee. All of the above were phenomenal. – Stephanie L.
  • This place is fantastic. It reallly [sic] feels like a step back in time. I half expected a 'private eye' to walk out from the back and say, 'sweet-haht who can I help yous find taday?' and sweep me off my feet thus starring in our very own noir film. – Jessica D.