- Matthew Schniper
But, unusual for Shuga’s, we’re bummed by two other items. The first, the aptly named Pineapple Trainwreck ($10), tastes solely of pineapple juice, missing meaningful hits of listed citrus, bitters, aged rum and ginger. Add a cup of the Brazilian soup ($3 more) to an order of the new and underwhelming grilled cheese sandwich ($8.50); you’ll need it as a dip. Mine arrives with unmelted cheddar-Swiss-Gouda slices, with tomato wheels on barely toasted commercial rosemary bread, which at least offers a herbaceous note.