Formerly known as the Abbey Road Cafe, we are positioned at the entrance to St John's Wood underground station on the Jubilee Line. Whether you are a regular traveller passing through the station, a cricket fan on your way to Lords or a tourist coming to visit the sights made famous by the Beatles, call in and visit us for the best espresso, cappuccino, café latte, hot chocolate or a choice of teas. We also have some of the tastiest sandwiches around, some delicious pastries and a selection of cold drinks.
London Transport buses passing by the Café include route numbers 13, 46, 82 and 113.
Further information can be obtained 24 hours a day from London Travel Information on 020 7222 1234.
The Beatles Coffee Shop is owned by husband and wife Richard and Irina Porter
Richard Porter has been a Beatles fan for the last 30 years and for 20 years has been a London Beatles tour guide. During that time he has brought well over 100,000 people to Abbey Road. In 2000 the Abbey Road Cafe published Richard's book 'Guide to the Beatles London'.
More information: www.beatlesinlondon.com
Irina Porter is also a life long Beatles fan and is a professionally qualified 'Blue Badge' tour guide.
Have you crossed over?
Our good friend Jeff Jarratt, the former owner of the Abbey Road Cafe (our former name) has launched a new website where people can send in pictures of themselves on the Abbey Road Crossing. To go to the site please click here