Alfeo's La Pizzeria—located right next to the Popeye's and the kung-fu DVDs kiosk on level one of Mondawmin Mall near Target—has the most decadent, affordable slices of pizza in Baltimore: greasy, sturdy respites from all that bougie pizza occupying the city's white L and a counter to the tomato sauce and cheese on wet cardboard that so many carry-out places peddle. Slices begin at $2.75 and are 75 cents for each additional topping (options: pepperoni, sausage, mushrooms, pineapple, ham, salami, grilled chicken, olives, ground beef, broccoli, green peppers, tomatoes) though they have also have a number of baroque, prepared selections which are what City Paper photo editor J.M. Giordano and I opted for instead of creating our own when we went there last week. Along with the basic cheese ($2.75), which is remarkably solid and served really hot so everything on the pizza sloppily fuses together, we went with a taco slice, a cheese steak slice, and a chicken, broccoli, and shrimp slice. These four were well worth the logy half-coma they put us in within an hour or so of inhaling them.