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You’ll know you’ve found Laredo when you spot the bright green shack with the long line located just off Washington Ave. in The Heights. But the freshly made tortillas are so good that you won’t mind the wait. If they haven’t run out of breakfast tacos yet, order them in multiples. If they have, our condolences, but be sure to prepare yourself for that by glancing up at the menu on the wall so you can make a split second decision when it’s your turn to order. Either that or just smile and point as you pass by the different taco fillings, like barbacoa, fideo, and chicharron.

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