From its origins as a gas station taco counter at the ecofriendly Green Spot to its large reclaimed-elements appointed space shared with Cow Tipping Creamery, Good 2 Go, has consistently offered inventive, high-quality tacos. The SoCo, a Southern breakfast in a flour tortilla, can send you back under the covers for biscuit-cushioned dreams smothered in sausage gravy. The Honey Bear is a happy parcel of honey-chile bacon with a fistful of spinach, scrambled eggs, and goat cheese. The Hotlanta is a popular item. It’s fine with waffle-battered chicken, sweet potato, and honey butter, but it’s no meat and potatoes capped with roasted tomato Hollandaise sauce.