When chef Jennifer Kim opened Passerotto in 2018, she described her restaurant as an ode to growing up Korean American and training in Italian kitchens. That love letter resonated with Chicago diners and the culinary world at large, garnering a slew of awards, including a Chicago Tribune Critic’s Choice Dining Award (naming Kim as Rookie of the Year), James Beard Award nominations, Best Neighborhood Restaurant by the Jean Banchet Awards and a Michelin Bib Gourmand Award. It also landed a spot on the Chicago Tribune’s Phil’s 50 list. But over the weekend, the Andersonville restaurant announced that it would be closing its doors permanently, in part due to the coronavirus pandemic. The last day is Saturday.