This bar is located in Di Wavery Place, a community plaza that surrounds a grassy courtyard, and is located just off the sidewalk on the northern side of Sukhumvit Soi 101/1 .
This location is just about equidistant from both the Punnawithi and Udom Suk BTS Stations – with Punnawithi maybe 50 meters closer. Take Exit 1 from Udom Suk BTS Station – keep walking 300 meters down Sukhumvit Road to Soi 101/1. Cross that soi, turn right, and walk 200 meters north.
Or (particularly if it is raining) use Exit 6 from Punnawithi BTS Station – and upon reaching a pedestrian bridge passing over Sukhumvit, continue straight onto the long sky-walk that extends far into the distance:
Continue walking down the sky-walk for about 600 meters until it ends by linking up with another large, covered pedestrian bridge over Sukhumvit:
Exit by turning left onto that bridge:
At end of bridge, descend to your right, to sidewalk level – then guide to you left front about five meters, turning onto Soi 101/1.
Then travel east for 200 meters. On your left (the north side of the road) you will come to a sign for Di Wavery Place:
Twenty meters past this sign you will come to a plaza on your left – a series of shops encircling a grassy courtyard, with a gap leading in from the sidewalk, into the courtyard. Directly across the courtyard, effectively “framed” by the sides of the courtyard entrance-way, you will see Craft Intersect:
This used to be a compact bar, with little wasted space:
But – in 4th Quarter of 2017, they expanded, and took over a neighboring space, more than doubling their seating area:
They also added a second video screen:
After their expansion,they now have seven 4-man tables, three 2-man tables, seven seats at the bar, plus five seats along a counter that runs along the front window. And- there is now lots of elbow room.
They have ten rotating taps here.
There is also one cooler here with about 35 different bottled craft beers:
There is one video screen positioned above a front window, facing the interior:
One video screen is usually showing a sporting match, and the other is typically showing a Netflix movie, with the sound turned off – and subdued western easy-listening pop music is played, at a level that allows easy conversation.
Since opening, Khun Aey has managed the bar. Most of the clientele is local Thais, with an occasional foreigner.
Free salted peanuts are served, and the bar allows food to be ordered and consumed from any of the nearby small restaurants – which offer Spanish tapas, Japanese food, and Thai food. Two doors away is stone-grill restaurant called Devilish Eats – which does show up on Google Maps, and whose Thai owner has reacted to the arrival of Craft Intersect by adding eight or so craft beers to his offerings – including one draft craft beer on tap – when I visited, the draft beer on tap was a Tuatara Weiz Guy wheat beer.
Di Wavery Place has its own dedicated parking facility.
The bar does not have its own toilets – Di Wavery Place has a common toilet area – turn left as you exit the bar, and walk 30 meters, then left. Toilets are spacious, but not many stations, given the size of the community plaza’s population.
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