IDIOMS

beer and skittles

(chiefly Britain, idiomatic) Fun times; pleasure and leisure.

Example: 1857, Thomas Hughes, Tom Brown's School Days, part I, chapter 2:
  Well, well, we must bide our time. Life isn't all beer and skittles—but beer and skittles, or something better of the same sort, must form a good part of every Englishman's education.
1911, Anthony Hope, Mrs. Maxon Protests, ch. 22:
  Being a soldier's wife isn't all beer and skittles.
2012 Mar. 24, John Walsh, "The perils of reviewing restaurants," The Independent (UK) (retrieved 24 July 2015):
  His plight reveals a truth that's often obscured by the envy of newspaper readers; that it's not all beer and skittles in restaurant-critic land.