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Chuckville is an American barbecue restaurant and sports bar at Fuxing Place, a new development of restaurants and bars near Laoximen metro station.

And they’ve just launched a brunch menu, featuring barbecue, eggs, steak, and bottomless coffee. More on that below.

About Chuckville

Chuckville, an American barbecue restaurant and sports bar in Shanghai. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
Chuckville, an American barbecue restaurant and sports bar in Shanghai.

Owner Charles Tse spent his formative years in Oregon, during which a fated road trip down south changed his life. Specifically, it was a hunk of brisket in Texas that was so good he decided that his dream was to open an all-American Texas barbecue restaurant.

Chuckville, an American barbecue restaurant and sports bar in Shanghai.

Chuckville is spread across two floors and has plenty of outdoor seating on the patio and second floor rooftop. Added bonus for dog owners: venue is pet-friendly.  

Brunch at Chuckville

On the menu are meats typically found at any self-respecting barbecue joint—brisket, ribs, pulled pork, chicken, glazed ham, and steak.

Brunch at Chuckville, an American barbecue restaurant and sports bar in Shanghai. Photo by Rachel Gouk.

Chuckville takes those barbecue staples and combines them with traditional brunch items, giving the weekend’s most popular meal a Texas twist. Don’t miss these hearty plates of ribs alongside home fries, and Benedicts on Texas toast.​

Overall, it’s affordable, as plates start at ¥68, and come with sides of salsa, coleslaw, home fries (pan-fried potatoes with ham), and Texas toast (buttered white bread). The portions are massive and will be sure to fill you up.

Brunch at Chuckville, an American barbecue restaurant and sports bar in Shanghai. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
All-American BIG Country BBQ Breakfast (¥88) – Choice of either beef brisket, ribs, pulled pork, honey glazed ham, served with two eggs and sides. This is the best value order for brunch.
Brunch at Chuckville, an American barbecue restaurant and sports bar in Shanghai. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
Pulled Pork Eggs Benedict (¥78) with hollandaise and tangy pulled pork served on toast. Comes with all the sides.
Brunch at Chuckville, an American barbecue restaurant and sports bar in Shanghai. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
Beef Brisket Tortilla (¥68) – Beef brisket, mushroom, and onion omelette.
Brunch at Chuckville, an American barbecue restaurant and sports bar in Shanghai. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
Texas Home Fries Platter (¥28) comes with a sunny side up egg.
Biscuits at brunch at Chuckville, an American barbecue restaurant and sports bar in Shanghai. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
Country Biscuits (¥28) – Made fresh daily, served with jam. These biscuits are buttery, flaky and great for breakfast.
Steak and eggs for brunch at Chuckville, an American barbecue restaurant and sports bar in Shanghai. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
Steak & Eggs (¥128) – 150-day grain-fed Angus Beef, smoked and grilled, served with two eggs and all the trimmings.

For drinks, they have bottomless coffee for just ¥25 and a number of beers on tap to order from. You can also add ¥30 for a glass of sparkling wine when ordering a brunch set.

Brunch is served every Saturday and Sunday from 11am-3pm.

Additionally, Chuckville runs these promotions:

  • Daily, 5-7pm, buy-one-get-one free draft beer house wine, house liquor
  • Thursdays, 5-9pm, ¥3 wing night
  • Wednesdays, 6-8pm, free round of beer on the hour
  • Festive Sets To-Go – 5kg whole turkey, cranberry sauce, gravy ¥998; 3kg honey glazed ham ¥1,199.

Chuckville
Address: 38 Yancheng Lu, near Xizang Nan Lu 盐城路38号, 近西藏南路
Tel: 63233351
Hours: Sun-Thu 11am-10pm, Fri-Sat 11am-midnight