Marking 50 years since the release of the Beatles' seminal 1969 album, the Ivy St John’s Wood is offering a bar menu inspired by the band

To celebrate 50 years of the Beatles' landmark 1969 album Abbey Road, a London bar is serving up cocktails inspired by the Fab Four. Located just steps from the location of that iconic cover photograph, the Ivy St John’s Wood offers cocktails and desserts that take inspiration from the album's songs.

The Ivy St John's Wood

Drinks like “Golden Slumbers” and “Here Comes The Sun” get their names directly from the Abbey Road track list, giving visitors the chance to taste, rather than listen to, their favorite tracks. And for dessert, there's a black-and-white brownie that echoes the crosswalk on the cover of the album. An archway woven with flowers and the band's records will also greet guests outside.

Event food activations are becoming more and more popular, and with the Beatles' fanbase just as dedicated as they were 50 years ago, the Ivy is trying its hand at both. The special menu is available through September 29, so Beatles fans have just over a month to come together at the Ivy.

The Ivy St John’s Wood

 

To celebrate 50 years of the Beatles' landmark 1969 album Abbey Road, a London bar is serving up cocktails inspired by the Fab Four. Located just steps from the location of that iconic cover photograph, the Ivy St John’s Wood offers cocktails and desserts that take inspiration from the album's songs.

The Ivy St John's Wood

Drinks like “Golden Slumbers” and “Here Comes The Sun” get their names directly from the Abbey Road track list, giving visitors the chance to taste, rather than listen to, their favorite tracks. And for dessert, there's a black-and-white brownie that echoes the crosswalk on the cover of the album. An archway woven with flowers and the band's records will also greet guests outside.