If Tom Skilling says the high for the day is 50 degrees or more, consider biking, driving, or taking the Purple Line up north to the Noyes stop in Evanston. Come hungry, because your first stop is French-inspired Al’s Deli (914 Noyes St.). Brothers Bob and John Pottinger batch a different, invariably delicious soup for each day of the week (except Wednesday, when Al’s is closed); grab a cup with a half sandwich (go for the smoked salmon and brie) and a gooey caramel macaron. Then drive five minutes or walk 20 minutes north to the Baha’i House of Worship, the great architectural wonder of Chicago that tourists rarely visit. Eat your lunch amid the fountains and greenery of the temple’s lawns while gazing at the nearly 140-foot-high dome, one of only eight Baha’i continental temples, with its bewitching and intricate quartz and concrete engravings. When you’re done, you can (very quietly) walk around the formidably high-ceilinged room inside, free of charge, while you digest. 100 Linden Ave., Wilmette