O'Hare, located on the far north side of Chicago, is one of the city's 77 community areas. O'Hare International Airport is located within the boundaries of this community area. This community area is the only one that extends outside Cook County; the western edge is in DuPage County. O'Hare became famous during the jet age, holding the distinction as the world's busiest airport from 1963 to 1998; today, it is the world's fourth-busiest airport, serving 54 million passengers in 2021. Primarily occupied by its namesake airport, O’Hare neighborhood includes a busy suburban zone with airport hotels and the Fashion Outlets of Chicago, with discounts on mainstream brands. The nearby Rosemont Theatre hosts big-name bands, while Catherine Chevalier Woods is a nature preserve with picnic areas and walking trails along the Des Plaines River. Indian Boundary has 18 holes of golf on a public course. While most neighborhoods so far from the city center offer few dining options, O’Hare’s residents enjoy a surprisingly rich dining scene by living next to the largest airport in the Midwest. Upscale steakhouses like Gibson’s, Morton’s, and The Capital Grille abound, hosting business lunches and special dinners for travelers and residents. While many of the area’s restaurants are chains, a handful of local diners, such as The Blossom Cafe and Mac’s Restaurant, can be enjoyed in the area.