Scene from Mrs. Fletcher that took place inside of DeCicco & Sons

We see you, ‘Mrs. Fletcher’: HBO series filmed in Westchester

You could blink and miss it, but eagle-eyed viewers of the HBO show, “Mrs. Fletcher,” spotted multiple Westchester County locations.

Scene from Mrs. Fletcher that took place inside of DeCicco & Sons

Jeanne Muchnick
Donna Monaco Olsen of Pound Ridge who Instagrams at @donnadishes was one of those who alerted us to scenes that (briefly) showcased DeCicco & Sons in Larchmont, A&S Pork Store in Yonkers and Celtic Corner in Dobbs Ferry.

According to DeCicco co-owner Chris DeCicco, the show filmed two episodes at the Larchmont store.

“We’ve worked with HBO a few times now and they’re always a pleasure to work with,” said DeCicco. “We’re always happy to support the film industry working locally here in Westchester. It’s good for the local economy, so we try to go out of our way to make our stores available to the both TV and film industries.

DeCicco & Sons in Larchmont was used as a location for the HBO series, “Mrs. Fletcher.”
“Admittedly, too, it’s also a bit of a thrill for us as well as our customers to see our stores on television and in film.”

The seven-episode “Mrs. Fletcher,” which debuted Oct. 27, is a dual coming of age story chronicling the personal and sexual journeys of an empty-nest mother Eve Fletcher (played by Kathryn Hahn) and her college freshman son (Jackson White) who both embrace their newfound freedom with mixed results.

Actresses Casey Wilson, right, and Kathryn Hahn, left, in the HBO limited series, “Mrs. Fletcher.” The scene was shot at Cocoa Nail & Spa in Harrison.
Other local spots featured in the series include the Greenburg Parks & Recreation Center in Ardsley (episode one), Modern on the Rails in Mamaroneck (episode two), Tara Bar & Grill in Yonkers (episode three), Virgin Mary Antiochian Orthodox Church in Yonkers (episode four), Cocoa Nail & Spa in Harrison, Shear Brilliance and Sushi Nijinsky in Dobbs Ferry (episode five), Larchmont Pharmacy in Larchmont, and the Highridge Shopping Center in Yonkers where A&S Pork Store was in the background (episode six) and New York Liquor Co. in Larchmont (episode seven).

DeCicco & Sons was in episode two and Celtic Corner in Dobbs was in episode six.