Strange Donuts in Maplewood (Photos, Menu, Reviews & Ratings)

Strange Donuts

Address: 2709 Sutton Blvd, Maplewood, MO 63143, United States

Phone: +1 314-932-5851


Menu: View Online

Rating: 4.2


What Time Does Strange Donuts Open?

Saturday,: 6AM to 10PM

Sunday,: 6AM to 2PM

Monday,: 6AM to 1PM

Tuesday,: 6AM to 1PM

Wednesday,: 6AM to 1PM

Thursday,: 6AM to 1PM

Friday,: 6AM to 10PM

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Strange Donuts Reviews

Samuel DiLorenzo

Creative names/gimmicks with extremely mediocre flavor, bad aftertaste and overpowering sweetness. If you want to spend the money and consume the empty calories there are many better donuts to eat close by. Very pricy but does not deliver. It is a Walmart doughnut decorated by a 3rd grade craft fair. Just bad.

dob dobbin photography

Amazing local donut shop with vegan options. Make sure that you call ahead to reserve ahead, if some vegan donuts are what you are after. They will sell out first mainly due to how delicious they are. Don’t miss out on testing your sweet tooth at this nice little donut shop. Must visit if in the area.

Alan D

We stopped here last month after visiting my wife’s cousin in Florissant, and the donuts are amazing! I had the Maple Bacon which had the perfect mix of salty and sweet. My wife and our daughters shared the Butterfinger one, which they loved! I tried a bite and it was delicious. Keep up the great work!


They often have new flavors, but they go fast in the mornings! Their staff seems to be just as fun as their donuts, so be sure to checkout their social media! (Maybe not for you if you’re a Karen)

Khaleesi Booker

Strange donuts in Strange donuts. This is a wonderful shop they have lots of different donut flavors and they have become better over the years. My regular order is the Maple-Bacon Donut – it’s like an unusual breakfast that tastes sweet and salty but in a good way. They also have vegan options which I super love.


I love the idea and the pictures online look incredible. However, the $1 donuts from donut drive in are better. For the high price tag we were expecting better quality.


If you want a good donut go somewhere else. These are gimmick donuts and not very good. I ordered them off GrubHub a few times and each time they just gave me the doughnut flavors that didn’t sell well.

Jeffrey Lowe

Strange Donuts is a wonderful donut shop! I have been going there for years since they first opened and they have only gotten better over the years! They are a fun, caring place and I love their dones! Especially their Stranger, like the one in the picture, that involves a collaboration with other local restaurants! These guys are amazing! Definitely go here!

Michael Uzmann

Launched by Jason Bockman in October of 2013, Strange Donuts is celebrated by some St. Louisans as one of the city’s premier Doughnutteries, yet despite an early arrival on “Black Friday” morning the products tasted ranged from merely fair to frankly dry and unappealing.

Located in Maplewood, and proudly offering “Original Classics” alongside “Unique Creations,” it was minutes past 8:00am that the counter was found unattended, a disheveled man soon emerging for the kitchen and answering a few questions before accepting $8.25 in exchange for four fried rounds.

Only approximately 500 square feet, and doing nothing in terms of presentation or seating to inspire guests to stay, it was after transporting goods elsewhere that first bites were taken of Strange Donut’s “Rainbow Pony,” one friend’s comment that it “looks like a cartoon drawing of a Donut” oddly appropriate as everything save for the Frosting was as dry and flavorless as a sheet of paper.

Finding a “White Russian” no better, hints of Coffee in the Glaze appreciated though nothing approximating Kahlúa was detected, it is under the title of “Linzer” that Strange Donuts sells a fairly basic Raspberry Jelly Bismark while “Gooey Butter” falls far short of Old Town Donuts version despite costing 2.5x the price.

Paul Lewis

If I was dying of hunger and had to walk one mile for strange donuts or ten miles for literally another donut shop in STL, I’d choose the ten miles. Even if it meant…risking death.

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