Call it kitschy, call it sleazy, but do not call it boring or underestimate the adventurous potential of Downtown Las Vegas. While Downtown usually means the Fremont Street corridor from Main Street to Seventh Street moving west to east, if you include the cool bars and rehabbed neon sign sculptures of Fremont Street East, it is much more. Main Street is a jumble of great junk shops where you can pick up a bag of musket ammo (Ray’s Beaver Bag is a few blocks from Main) or a deck of cards from the long-gone Desert Inn at Main Street Antiques. Buy showgirl boas and peacock hats at Rainbow Feathers or check out the Arts District that runs from Wyoming Ave. north to Fremont between Main and Third Streets for galleries, antiques and pure funkiness. Downtown is Las Vegas's neighborhood most awash in history and hotels. Nightlife brings free block party concerts along the pedestrian corridors as well as hourly animated video extravaganzas under the incandescent canopy of the Fremont Street Viva Vision. Elvises stroll the street offering free photo opps and handshakes and the requisite “Thank you very much.” Wagon kiosks sell cigars and psychic readings; casino hawkers hand out 2-fors for deep-fried Oreos and Twinkies, and private dancers inveigle for their clubs. You can still get a 50-cent beer in these parts, a $7 steak dinner and double down privileges on any two cards you want.