Enoch's was first established on St. Patrick's Day in 1980 by publicans "Doyle" and Yvette Jeter. Since then Enoch's has achieved legendary status in North Louisiana as a cafe, pub, and live music venue. Everyone from Jerry Jeff Walker and Leon Russell to Zachary Richard and Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown has played Enoch's many stages. The newest and grandest Enoch's, our fourth location, is very much the Irish pub. though you may wander into a punk rock session now and again, and still in the family. The Jeters retired recently and can be found somewhere between Luckenbach, Texas and Callicoon, New York, while son John and daughter Molly carry on the Enoch's tradition.