the concord methodist cemetery was established in 1836 by byrd betts. this historic cemetery is the final resting place of many of jug tavern's early settlers.
fortunately the town of jug tavern (winder) was untouched during the civil war. in the winder downtown historic district are a number of beautiful antebellum homes. for those interested in pre-civil war architecture downtown winder is worth a visit.
the barrow county museum is a good first stop when in winder. the barrow county museum is located in the 1905 old barrow county jail. the old barrow county jail is listed on the national register of historic places. the museum has interesting exhibits on the history of winder and barrow county. admission is free and donations are accepted.
smokin po-boys is a barbeque restaurant located in downtown winder. good georgia style barbeque moderately priced. i ordered their pork sandwich which was good. a good place to have lunch in downtown winder.
ge ge's is really a combination restaurant and nightlife tip. ge ge's is the best bar in winder. ge ge's is also a very good southern and cajun restaurant. this new restaurant and bar has a very nice comtempory decor and is very "upscale" for a small georgia town. on a visit to winder ge ge's is the place to eat and drink.
Dress Code: casual.