New Dunkin’ Donuts drive-thru proposed on Lindbergh Boulevard

New Fortune Bank/Dunkin’ slated for public hearing


By Lucas Irizarry, Staff Reporter

A new drive-thru Dunkin Donuts and drive-thru Fortune Bank is the subject of a public hearing slated to be heard by the St. Louis County Planning Commission at its September hearing next week. 

The commission will meet by videoconference only at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 13. Instructions on how to join can be found at 

To join the meeting via website: 1. Go to and follow prompts 2. Select Join a Meeting 3. Enter meeting ID: 132 082 2199 4. Enter password: pcph0913. To join the meeting by phone call (audio): 1. Call 1-408-418-9388 2. When prompted, enter meeting ID and password provided above. 

Email comments can be submitted ahead of time to, or you can attend the meeting and give public comments. 

The petitioner is requesting zoning for a drive-thru restaurant and drive-thru bank at 5228 S. Lindbergh Blvd, which is zoned C-8 Planned Commercial District. The site is currently part of the parking lot for Outback Steakhouse and Fitz’s SoCo, and is 1,500 feet northwest of the intersection of Lindbergh Boulevard and Baptist Church Road. 

The proposed development is located in the Lindbergh school district and in the 6th District of Councilman Ernie Trakas. 

The lot is approximately 3-acres and will include a parking lot and drive-thru Dunkin’ Donuts, as well as two drive-thru lanes for the bank. The bank and Dunkin’ would be part of the same structure. 

The only South County Dunkin’ Donuts location is in Oakville at 4220 Telegraph Road, while the next closest location in the county is in Kirkwood.