b_together is the most fabulous of family destinations, located bang smack in the middle of St Johns High Street.
Your new ‘local’, b_inthewood is a multi floor high street haven packed with loads of things to do. You can play, work, create, eat and relax (try the cocktails) – we’ll take care of the rest.
If you’re done with fending for yourselves, it’s time to b_together. We’d love it if you joined us.
“Did we mention we sell cocktails? ”Okay great!
You can find us sitting proudly on the bustling St John’s Wood High Street, nestled amongst long standing favourites The Ivy and Soutine. St John’s Wood has long been known for its busy, village atmosphere with excellent shopping.
St. John's Wood
There's nothing like settling into your local neighbourhood, and since we're just 5 minutes walk from the infamous SJW London Underground tube stop, our neighbourhood is super accessible. You could be central in 10 minutes, not that you'd ever want to leave.
Abbey Road Studios is considered one of the most famous recording studios in the world. Instantly recognisable by the zebra crossing outside, which was the subject of The Beatles iconic cover for their Abbey Road album. When you're passing, have a go at recreating the famous image and check the footage later on their official website!
Regents park was
Formerly Henry VIII’s hunting ground. The park was beautifully landscaped by John Nash in 1811 and has since been the setting of many blockbuster movies.
a hop, skip & a jump away
Regent's Canal is a picturesque waterway starting at Little Venice. It passes by parks, London zoo, Camden Market, Victorian warehouses and ends in Docklands. It makes for a beautiful walk on a sunny day, or keep the kids entertained by hopping on a narrowboat or paddling via kayak.
London Zoo is the world's oldest scientific zoo. It was opened in London on 27 April 1828, and was originally intended to be used as a collection for scientific study. In 1831 or 1832, the animals of the Tower of London menagerie were transferred to the zoo's collection.