It’s Tuesday, and while that usually just means it’s the day after Monday, we here at Bitchin’ Lifestyle have found a way to make Tuesdays matter… This #TuesdayBoozeday is extra special because we combine three things you love… ... Read More
One of our favorite classic cocktails — and one of the most underappreciated — is the Sidecar. To turn it into a seasonal specialty, we switched out the brandy for Calvados, a brandy made from apples. What is a Sidecar? ... Read More
You need a drink. You're knackered and it’s okay to admit that it’s been a long week. We feel you, that’s why we got this Bourbon Lemonade for you to try! Whip up this drink, relax and put your ... Read More
It’s ALIVE! Okay, no it’s not but you gotta admit, from a distance—and not exactly 20/20 vision—that frozen hand looks a little too lifelike! Halloween’s right around the corner and while trick-or-treating may be just for the kids, this spooky ... Read More
It might be easy, but there’s nothing adult about sitting down with a 90 piece box of fun size candy and devouring it. We’ve always been particularly fond of treats of the gummy variety, so it’s time we reclaimed ... Read More
Rye is  bar in downtown SF that remains to be a local favorite. They make great cocktails, have a classy, yet laid back vibe and lately, every one's talking about this one very special drink. RESEARCH ALERT!!! Their, ... Read More
It’s the first week of October and the first #TuesdayBoozeday of our favorite Halloween fuelled month! As such, it’s time to embrace all things scary and cool. Like this Dark n’ Stormy cocktail. You won’t need an umbrella to ... Read More
At some point this month you'll be making the annual apple picking pilgrimage to some remote farm 45 minutes out of the city. With more bags of apples than you know what to do with, you'll be fed up ... Read More
You may not need a Hair of the Dog Breakfast, but it's that kind of a Tuesday. The kind where you bring out the Bloody Marys, sit back, and relax. Three more days until the weekend. You ... Read More
Traditionally, I associated August as the final countdown to the end of long sunny days, warm summer nights, and sun dresses. To deal with how quickly it all went and to cope with the immanent coldness approaching, I ... Read More