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Where to work when you don’t have an office

The Winter Garden at Chicago’s Harold Washington Library.

From cafes to all-day bars to libraries, these spots have free Wi-Fi, good coffee, and plenty of outlets

If there’s one fantastic thing about working remotely, it’s the freedom from getting bogged down in routine. While office jobs offer coworkers, camaraderie, and birthday celebrations (psh, overrated), those of us in the home-based workforce can use each day as an opportunity to explore the city. But where to begin?

Whether you’re just working remotely for the day or you’re a full-time freelancer, hit up one of these libraries, coffee shops, or bars to make your workday a tad more interesting. They all have free Wi-Fi, accessible outlets, and lots of table space—so you officially have no excuse to stay holed up in your apartment all day.

Note: This map is arranged geographically from north to south.

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