Living Color” to the Pop series “Nightcap,” which she also created) spent much of the early days of the pandemic, recovering from COVID-19 and penning her new book, “Ali’s Well That Ends Well: Tales of Desperation and a Little Inspiration.”“I wrote it as a journal of what it was like being in quarantine with my family and what our coping mechanisms were,” she said. “I hope people who read it remember the lessons they learned during the extremely unprecedented time of a global pandemic.
And maybe laugh a little — particularly with the chapter about our obsession with the show ‘Love Island Australia.’”Here are a few of the comedian’s favorite homes away from home in the Hamptons.“I can spend a whole rainy afternoon here, browsing art books and reading poetry. [Wentworth will appear for a reading of “Ali’s Well That Ends Well” here on July 15 at 5 p.m.] And any book they don’t carry, they will get for you.” 41 Main St., East Hampton“They make the most gorgeous cakes and pies — it’s almost a tragedy to eat them because they are truly works of art.” 68 Newtown Lane, East Hampton“Tourist or not, when in Montauk, you have to go see the lighthouse.” 2000 Montauk Highway, Montauk“I like to get friends gifts at Nellie’s, because it has antiques and unique baubles.
I have given people the most beautiful bowls from here.” 230 Main St., East Hampton“Even though it’s right on the highway, I love this seafood restaurant.Read more on nypost.com