While many foods are best massaged, coddled, or gently sautéed, pizzas are proof that if you truly love something you should let it go. All of Alamo City’s pizzas prove their love by returning to the hands that tossed them and eventually to the bellies that crave them. Alamo City uses the freshest ingredients for such concoctions as the chicken enchilada pizza—tender grilled chicken and pico de gallo atop a bed of mozzarella and enchilada sauce ($14.99 for a large)—and the fusion pizza, with fresh cilantro, sesame seeds, and Asian teriyaki chicken, ($14.99 for a large). Hearty traditional pies are also available, ranging from $9.99–$14.99 for a large. Uncircular menu items include stuffed calzones ($6.50), gift-wrapped chicken wraps ($5.99), and occasionally round pasta plates ($5.99–$8.49).