New York: Top 10 Mr Robot locations

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Eldorado Arcade

Fsociety hackers set up their headquarters in an abandoned arcade arcade. In reality, it does exist and is still active near the Coney Island Luna Park.

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Brooklyn Historical Society

If you want to meet the Dark Army, you’ve come to the right place! Not sure if you’ll find a hacker in this beautiful historic building, built in 1881 and home to many exhibits on the history of Brooklyn.

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Allsafe Security

At the beginning of Season 1, the company in which Elliot Alderson (Rami Malek) works with his childhood friend Angela Moss (Portia Doubleday), consists of several buildings. The interior is that of the Trump Soho Hotel and the exterior is that of this building located just across the street from the Socony-Mobil Building, a beautiful 42-storey building completed in 1956. Its metal facade is magnificent.

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Elliot Alderson’s apartment

It is in this apartment that Elliot works miracles with his computer, but also does drugs and has an affair with Shayla (Frankie Shaw), his dealer.

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Newtown Creek

Fernando Vera (Elliott Villar) takes Elliot to this place for execution. But then an incredible turn of events occurs, so… For information, the river has long been one of the most polluted in the United States, due to numerous industrial discharges. Significant clean-up efforts have since been made.

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Parking under Nick Walter’s Love Vandal.

After spending two days in a car, Elliot wakes up in it, right underneath Nick Walker’s street artwork entitled “Love Vandal”. His ideas are not clear, but he feels that he has done something that has serious consequences. For fans of street art, Nick Walker is a must see artist. This Briton born in 1969 in Bristol, like Banksy, often stages his character of an Englishman in a melon hat acting as a “vandal”.

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Extreme Diner

At the beginning of season 2, we discover Elliot’s set of habits. One of them is meeting her friend Leon (Joey Badass) every day at the Paphos Diner. The establishment is called the Extreme Junction Diner and its front had been repainted for the shooting.

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Cadman Plaza Park

Elliot plays chess against his father every day at one of the tables in this very pleasant park. It houses the Brooklyn Memorial to World War II. The great urban planner Robert Moses (1888-1981), whose vision revolutionized the city, wanted every district in New York City to have a monument dedicated to the memory of the victims of the second international conflict of the 20th century. His two sculptures, “Victory” and “Family” were the tallest (7.3 m) in New York when the park was inaugurated in 1951.

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Marion Hopkinson Park

Elliot and his friend Leon go to the basketball courts of this park named after two American patriots every day.

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Steeplechase Pier

This walk on the waterfront, right next to Luna Park is the scene of the conversation between Elliot and Mr Robot (Christian Slater) during one of the greatest moments of the series.

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Queens County Criminal Court

Closed since 2002, the Queens prison is home to one of the series’ filming sessions. Do you realize that?

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By Anthony Thibault

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

From the "Casimir generation", Anthony has kept (in addition to a passion for Goldorak) a taste for inventive images, experimentation and curiosity. Passionate about travel and pop culture, he co-founded Fantrippers with Nicolas Albert to share his passion with as many people as possible.

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