and the 2nd runner up for the most 70s sounding band name: Walrus. With their lead singer Bob Walrus (I will not be using that name). I heard that they got it on heavily for the people, man.
When you think of Las Vegas, health food and hippies probably don't come to mind; But Shary Shayne and Susie Gibson were doing their best to entertain the wheat germ eaters at the local health food restaurant "Nature's Best". This was when it was considered radical to have a salad for dinner. It's a "happending (sic) for the head".
Call it Macaroni expects that the average shopper would know that in the 18th Century that the term Macaroni referred to powered wigged dandies. Hense the "...put a feather in his cap and called it macaroni" line. Perhaps we are dumbed down as a society... Anyway... i sort of find the owner Bob Diego sexy in his multicolored pants and big mustache.
And speaking of the 70's sexy, check out these fashions that you could have found at Mr B's BAG (all-CAPS). As the caption says: John might be in hot pants, Craig in a Kaftan, Terry in the window, or Edd in low drag (explain please). But both places don't hold a candle to Pants and Plants. Because when I'm buying bell bottoms, I'm also in the market for ferns.
Not to neglect the ladies fashions, Diplomat Apparel has plenty of clothes (sans plants) to get the relatives talking next Thanksgiving.
And don't forget, after you get your eyelashes, to visit Toby at Bernadine's Wig Salon. Toby looks like someone I wouldn't trust with anything that pointy next to my eyes. But I would kill to know where you can go to get fake sideburns applied!
I doubt if any of these businesses are still around... I suggest you call Lana and Lucky, the switchboard operators at the Tam O'Shanter Motel... they'll know.