Yes, but only if it's a temporary work location related to your current job. For example, if your employee sends you on a business trip, it is deductible if not reimbursed by your employer.
If you are an employee receiving a W-2, they would be Unreimbursed Employee Business Expenses that goes onto Schedule A Itemized Deductions. If you don't normally itemize and use the Standard Deduction, then it may not benefit you unless your expenses are high enough. Also, only the amount over 2% of your Adjusted Gross income will go onto the Schedule A.
Where do I enter job-related employee expenses? (Form 2106)