If there's one thing you like about tacos, it's how delicious they are. If there's one thing you like about the internet, it's p*rn. Kidding! It's maps that plot out important information. Combining those two likes into one, delicious taco-plotting website: Tacodelphia.
Whipped up by a street food-loving dude, this Philly-only taco tool uses your laptop/smartphone's geo-tracker to map your location (you're the snappily sombrero'd avatar) and all the nearby tortilla-wrapped noms, identified by informative icons that tell you what kind of purveyor you're dealing with (i.e. truck, bar, fancy sit-down joint), if they're sadly not open right then (greyed out means closed), or if they're even sadly-er veggie.
Once you find a spot that sounds good/isn't veggie, clicking said icon brings up everything you need to know about it: addy & phone info, online review results, "taco hours" (that portion of the day when the menu includes tacos), and about how much you'll have to fork over for a few good tacos, which based on your internet preferences, you've probably already seen plenty of.