My dining partners ordered the Huevos Verdes ($13) and the Hangtown Fry ($14.50). The huevos included two eggs, which my friend ordered scrambled, between layers of black bean chili, salsa verde, and queso fresco over flour tortillas. Served in a cast-iron skillet, the Hangtown Fry is one of Spoons' many less typical breakfast choices: a fluffy omelet stuffed with green onion, bacon bits, and chicken-fried oysters and drizzled with a smoked paprika aioli. While they enjoyed their dishes, both diners agreed that they could both use more flavor—we added hot sauce to the Fry, since the aioli wasn't bringing much heat despite being advertised as spicy. But the fried oysters, not too chewy and deep-fried in a thick, crispy shell of batter, made for a positive new experience for my oyster noob friend. Everything came with a side of breakfast potatoes (the other option was cheese grits), which were not particularly exciting, though we appreciated that they weren't excessively greasy.