Since Winterlicious began in 2003, La Maquette has been a part of the festival.
Winterlicious has been a staple event in Toronto since it started in 2003, but even after almost 10 years, its popularity still hasn’t caught on in Scarborough.
Toronto is serving the city its 10th annual edition of Winterlicious, the largest since its inauguration, but no new restaurants have been added to the menu in Scarborough.
Sub-zero temperatures in the city force those who can’t stand frigid weather into hibernation. But with the arrival of Toronto’s Winterlicious, there’s no excuse for staying inside. The annual event highlights diversity in 150 of Toronto’s best restaurants and will be satisfying hunger until Feb. 10.
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