Craving breakfast tacos, I was recommended Laredo Taqueria. I was expecting good tacos, but I didn’t know what a fun adventure it would be. On a Sunday morning, the Snover Street location was closed, so we headed over to Cavalcade Street. This Laredo is inside a former convenience store, and all types of colorful Mexican decorations hang on the walls and ceiling, including piñatas. It’s a festive atmosphere, and everything indoor seems to have a tint of rose. The first thing I noticed was a long line of locals waiting to order their grub, but I didn’t mind the wait one bit, for it gave me a chance to watch the ladies behind the counter rolling out flour tortillas by hand and cooking them on the griddle. Talk about fresh, it doesn’t get better than made right before your eyes. At the front of the line, you choose what to fill those tortillas with: beans or no beans and an array of filling options, including barbacoa, spicy pork, spicy fajita, nopales, eggs and chorizo, spicy potatoes and more. Even though the menu is in Spanish, I was easily able to make my choices through a glass counter that displayed the options. Five tacos came out to seven dollars, and I was happy as a clam.