During the day, the 606, a 2.7-mile disused rail line reborn in 2015 as an elevated park, serves as an exercise space and car-free commuter thoroughfare. In the evenings, it’s a pedestrian highway linking some of Chicago’s trendiest patios. Hit Small Cheval
( smallcheval.com) for locally-brewed pints and a pared-down version of the burger that made sister restaurant Au Cheval famous; afterward, stroll the 606 to Instagrammable Parson’s Chicken & Fish
( parsonschickenandfish.com), where alfresco negroni slushies await.