Style Weekly recently checked out 2113 and liked what they found. Full review here.
You may be tempted to skip over the ubiquitous-sounding 2113 mac and cheese ($7), but then you’d miss out on the thick bottom layer of braised beef short ribs under the pasta. The beef tartare ($9) is just as creative, not for the quail-egg yolk sitting atop it, but for the grated, very hard-cooked eggs upon which the beef sits: a salty, unique and unexpected texture. Pacific sturgeon ($17) is delicately flavored and meaty, with accompaniments of smoked local tomatoes and black lentils.