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Virtual L Guides
» Virtual L: Belmont (Blue)
Explore the less-traveled paths of one of Chicago's friendliest 'hoods.
» Virtual L: Damen (Brown)
Get all the benefits of small-town living, accessible by public transit.
» Virtual L: Dempster (Purple)
You don't need a degree to enjoy all Evanston has to offer.
» Virtual L: Ashland (Green/Pink)
You don't have to wait for a festival to find excitement in the West Loop.
» Virtual L: Sox/35 (Red)
You don't have to settle for overpriced beer and hot dogs at the ballpark.
» Virtual L: Wellington (Brown)
The newly re-opened stop brings burgers, bars and sushi to the mix.
» Virtual L: Addison (Blue)
Go Northwest for affordable, international eats and zero attitude.
» Virtual L: Harrison (Red)
Printer's Row is now known for much more than books.
» Virtual L: Western (Brown)
Germans, Koreans, Eastern Europeans...they all love Lincoln Square.
» Virtual L: Pulaski (Orange)
Bring your grandparents and settle in for the evening.
» Virtual L: 18th (Pink/Blue)
Get Mexican fare and much more in Pilsen.
» Virtual L: Garfield (Green)
Get schooled in the entertainment options of Hyde Park.
» Virtual L: Howard (Red)
The first (or last) stop in the city is more than just a transfer station.
» Virtual L: Paulina (Brown)
Out on the town, West Lakeview style.
» Virtual L: Library (Orange, Green, Brown)
Back to the books, the basics and the best brunch in town.
» Virtual L: Clark/Division (Red)
Happenings on the east side.
» Virtual L: Madison/Wabash
Glam and gritty under Madison's tracks.
» Virtual L: Midway (Orange)
From cheap foods to a Lithuanian museum.
» Virtual L: Kedzie (Brown)
Located near the northwestern end of the Brown Line, this curious station sits at ground level.
» Virtual L: Cermak/Chinatown (Red)
Dim sum and then some.
» Virtual L: Thorndale (Red)
Find some diamonds in the rough on the North Side.
» Virtual L: Merchandise Mart (Brown)
Great things lie beyond the Mart.
» Virtual L: Oak Park (Green)
This west suburb goes hip.
» Virtual L: Fullerton
Bustling activity isn't limited to the L platform of this transportation hub.
» Virtual L: Belmont (Red, Brown, Purple)
There's more to Belmont than flashing lights.
» Virtual L: Logan Square (Blue)
Stop here for cross-cultural cuisine, or just to fix your bike.
» Virtual L: Grand (Blue)
Dance to hip-hop and get a dose of old-school Italian.
» Virtual L: Rockwell (Brown)
The closest thing to Main Street you'll find in Chicago.
» Virtual L: Quincy (Orange/Brown Lines)
Homemade beef to high-end hotels.
» Virtual L: Addison (Brown)
It may not be the Brown Line's shining star, but this stop does give off an appealing glow.
» Virtual L: Wilson (Red)
For a truly eclectic experience that won't leave you penniless, hop off here.
» Virtual L: Main (Purple)
Not so mainstream as its name suggests.
» Virtual L: Foster (Purple)
Classical music, Thai food and great Mexican eats are found in this Evanston locale.
» Virtual L: Central (Purple)
Head to the burbs for bakeries and boutiques.
» Virtual L: Addison (Red)
You can find more than sports and suds in Wrigley.
» Virtual L: Damen (Blue)
Six corners, infinite ways to have a good time...we help you pick your poison.
» Virtual L: Chicago (Blue)
This gritty part of town has plenty to offer those travelling by car or by boat.
» Virtual L: Davis (Purple)
Downtown Evanston's finest dining and drinking destinations
» Virtual L: Division (Blue)
There's more to Wicker Park than dive bars and thrift shops
» Virtual L: Roosevelt (Red/Orange/Green)
The city comes together at this South Side stop.
» Virtual L: Berwyn (Red)
Welcome to Andersonville, the North Side's hidden treasure.
» Virtual L: Grand (Red)
This stop offers true Chicago-style dining and drinking
» Virtual L: Jarvis (Red)
Garish neon gets traded for tree-lined streets at this quiet Rogers Park stop.
» Virtual L: Diversey (Brown)
If you love music and beer, you'll keep coming back to this Lincoln Park stop.
» Virtual L: Kimball (Brown)
Hitting the end of the line.
» Virtual L: Armitage (Brown)
On your mark, get set, consume!

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