at 340 13th Ave SW, Calgary, T2R 0W9 Canada
BOXWOOD is located in the newly restored gardens of Central Memorial Park in the beltline of Calgary. BOXWOOD is the casual cousin to River Café, featuring a menu of spontaneous dishes prepared using all the same great local sustainable ingredients.
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Please visit our neighbour friends at Una today after 3:30
We're hosting a private event this evening!! We'll see you tomorrow for some comfort food at lunch!!
Come over to our place for supper tonight! Alberta Angus Beef Brisket with Poplar Bluff Potatoes, Arugula & Salsa Verde … and Shooting Star Zinfandel #spontaneous #nourishment #beltline
HAPPY HOUR STILL ON!! (we have signature cocktails, wine & beer until 6!)
Please join us for next week's Sunday Supper! (we'll be celebrating the season with our sister restaurant, River Cafe)
Come to our place for #SundaySupper! Rotisserie Chicken Wild Rice Broth Soup w/Arugula Pesto Stone Ground Organic Corn Polenta w/Sylvan Star Aged Alberta Gouda Housemade Driview Lamb and Spragg Pork Sausage w/Chermoula Locally Grown Sweet Pepper and Cauliflower Ragout w/Spiced Pumpkin Seeds Roasted Okanagan Bread Pudding w/Rum Raisin Vanilla Custard Sauce #spontaneous #sustainable #nourishing
We're going to be serving up Boxwood's wholesome, sustainable local cuisine at the Calgary Folk Festival next weekend in the Slow Food Tent! Look for us on Saturday from 11am-3pm!
There are plenty of good restaurants in Calgary, from green and specialty restaurants to international cuisine, fine dining, and fast food chains.
Hearts Choices is a great place if you are a vegetarian or vegan or want to try some unique foods such as seitan beef dip or vegan cheese fries.
The menu features vegan mock fish, stewed eggplant, sweet ginger tofu, sweet and sour vegetables, and other tasty offerings.
The menu is quite extensive and includes items such as vegetarian spring rolls, stuffed tofu rolls, vegetarian sausages, and plenty more.
The Community Café also serves vegan and meat options and has a juice bar, salad bar, and buffet.
If you are on the Paleo Diet or just want to give it a try, there is plenty of choice in Calgary.
Other restaurants offering paleo-friendly meals include Notable, The Light Cellar, Boxwood, and The Post Hotel.
The job market in Calgary is tight today, and many have voiced concerns about a job crisis, especially in oil dependent sectors and industries.
Gas and oil businesses in the region are more optimistic this year in light of the fact that the bottom has already been reached.
Yet, half of the oil companies made staff cuts in 2016, and many are struggling financially in Calgary.
This can be explained with the fact that Calgary’s job market is heavily dependent on the oil and gas industries.
What is more, Canadian oil companies spend more to produce oil compared to other countries, and when oil prices fall, the industry suffers heavy blow.
The good news is that according to experts, Alberta’s economy is gaining strength and oil prices are expected to stabilize in 2017.
There are job openings in other sectors as well, including the financial, IT, insurance, and others.
And while the employment outlook is bright in some sectors and industries, there are people who are struggling to survive financially, especially those who don't have steady jobs.
Many people survive on short-term jobs and find it difficult to pay rent, groceries, utilities, transportation, and other expenses.
When it comes to job prospects, the employment outlook varies by occupation in Calgary.
Librarians, on the other hand, have good job prospects in the Calgary region mainly because a large number of employees are due to retire.
Librarians work in different sectors such as scientific and professional services, education, recreation and entertainment services, and arts and cultural services.