“Mrs. Fletcher,” a limited series on HBO, is, according to HBO, ” a dual coming-of-age story, exploring the impact of internet porn and social media on the lives of Eve Fletcher, an empty-nest mother, and her college freshman son.”
We love it.
Eve Fletcher pushes a cart down a grocery aisle and goes upstairs to the cafe at DeCicco’s in different episodes, and meets a blind date at Modern on the Rails in episode 2, while a character named Julian works at Larchmont Pharmacy and is seen talking to a friend outside (above)
According to DeCicco’s Co-Owner Chris DeCicco, the indoor scenes were shot in the middle of the night.
“It’s always fun to see it on TV for sure,” he says. “We’ve done a few things with HBO over the years, including “The Leftovers.”
Other local spots featured include A&S Pork Store in Yonkers, Celtic Corner, Shear Brilliance and Sushi Nijinsky in Dobbs Ferry, the Greenburgh Parks & Recreation Center in Ardsley (episode one), Tara Bar & Grill in Yonkers (episode three), Virgin Mary Antiochian Orthodox Church in Yonkers (episode four), and Cocoa Nail & Spa in Harrison.