Address: 107 E Argonne Dr, Kirkwood, MO 63122
Phone: (314) 394-2323
Menu: View Online
What Time Does Strange Donuts Open?
Saturday,: 6AM to 6PM
Sunday,: 6AM to 12PM
Monday,: 6AM to 12PM
Tuesday,: 6AM to 12PM
Wednesday,: 6AM to 12PM
Thursday,: 6AM to 12PM
Friday,: 6AM to 6PM
Strange Donuts Reviews
I visited the location in Kirkwood, MO. I have been meaning to stop there for years and today was the day. I was in Kirkwood on Sunday. It was Father’s Day and Strange Donuts was closed because they sold out of donuts by 10:30 am. No matter what the hours on the door state, if they run out, they close.
I returned on Monday around 9 am. Success! They still had donuts. I chose the maple bacon donut. It was loaded with what looked like a brown sugar, maple icing and topped with real bacon chunks. It was great. I didn’t need anything to eat for 4 hours after that donut so it was filling, too. I look forward to trying another flavor next time I’m in the area.
Coffee is strong and fresh. Good quality. On weekends, they have something called a “stranger” donut. It’s an out-of-this-world flavor they come up with on weekends.
On Father’s Day, it was a chocolate flavored donut stuffed with bits of cookie dough. Selections change often. What you get one day, you might not get the next time you go. Only a few of the donuts like the glaze are staples. The best-seller is the gooey butter donut. I hope to try that one next time. Although the maple bacon was so good, I might get it again if it’s an option.
Go early, go often!
They also sell their own coffee and have a coffee club in which the proceeds or at least some of it goes to charity. (Check directly with Strange Donuts if you’d like to know more.) They also sell t-shirts, sweatshirts, and other items. It is carryout only.
In addition, the staff person, Kendra, who waited on me was excellent and knowledgeable!
We chose this place as it was rated top in st.louis… they did not disappoint. The guy helping us was THE BEST. He took his time with me, explained all the doughnuts and was seriously the nicest person I’ve come across in my travels in awhile. The doughnuts were unbelievably delicious… I’m sad I didn’t get more to take home!
I used to really like this place, great collab donuts and stuff. Been eating these donuts for like 8 years. But the last two years I’ve been in town and had a $3 donut, they were undercooked in the center.
This place is well named, they are pretty strange. No donuts are actually made at this tiny location. It is only a retail sales spot — but the donuts are fresh made daily and delicious. They have gluten free donuts that typically sell out so I recommend that you check in early and for sure call ahead to make sure they still have what you’re looking for. They are always friendly and I enjoy getting donuts from them. Keep it weird, Strange Donuts!
This review is more about Strange Donuts as a whole than this location specifically.
First of all, it’s an inferior knockoff of Portland’s Voodoo Doughnuts. The donuts themselves are not all that “strange,” despite the name. They’re dense, cakey donuts, which I am not a fan of. Not a big selection, either.
This time, I tried the gooey butter donut and a coffee, which was about $5 total. The coffee was the highlight, actually.
This store used to be a favorite of our family, until they made it clear that they don’t care about food allergies. I’m not risking my child’s life here any longer when there are many other great donut shops that actually care about keeping their customers safe.
A coworker brought in donuts from here to share and they looked delicious but tasted…strange, to put it nicely. I don’t know if there was something wrong with that batch of bacon but we all agreed it was not good.
Jason is great and so are the donuts 🙂 Best place in STL for vegan donuts. Thank u for being open seven days a week!
Amazing duonuts for iut of town trip! The guy helping us was wonderful and kind. The donuts were to die for! I got the chocolate fritter, red velvet, vegan raspberry filled and the butter cake The experience really was topped off buy the guy working although I didn’t get his name. DEFINITELY RECOMMEND
It didn’t really live up to the hype. The donuts were ok, not bad. The place was really small. Probably only about 5 people could fit in the lobby.