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phrase of last

1. (in a bar) an expression used to inform customers that closing time is approaching and that any further drinks should be purchased immediately.

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When Clarke Wilson books a live-in waitress gig at a historic hotel in Muskoka the summer before College, she figures she's caught all the makings of an amazing few months. It pays well, it's off the grid, and her childhood friend, Sawyer, is the restaurant's sous-chef. Then she meets the bar back, Willow Rhodes, a girl whose ride-by-the-seat-of-your-pants mentality and ambiguous sexuality is as unexpected as it is captivating. As the two form an unlikely connection over last call drinks, and Clarke begins to fit into the fold of the employee's at Fran Cove, she starts to discover that sometimes, the best moments in life are the unexpected ones.

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