The Near North Side is the eighth of Chicago's 77 community areas. It is the northernmost of the three areas that constitute central Chicago, the others being the Loop and the Near South Side. The community area is located north and east of the Chicago River. To its east is Lake Michigan, and its northern boundary is the early 19th-century city limit of Chicago, North Avenue. The Near North Side is home to iconic skyscrapers like the 1920s Wrigley Building, as well as 360 Chicago, a 94th-floor observation deck. Both are on the “Magnificent Mile” section of North Michigan Avenue, along with posh boutiques and department stores. The Navy Pier lakefront attraction has rides, casual dining, and cruises, and the huge Museum of Contemporary Art stages innovative exhibitions. Living in Near North Side offers residents a dense suburban feel. It is a small section of downtown Chicago that combines urban with residential; couture with cuisine; and Chicagoans with the occasional spotted celebrity; the Near North neighborhood features many of the city's most notable shops, restaurants and residents. The culinary backdrop in the Near North is anchored by a blend of trendy, new hotspots and treasured mainstays. Whether you crave a good ole' burger, or would rather a nice, juicy porterhouse, the restaurants around here are sure to suffice.