Chef Bryan Voltaggio pleaded guilty to a drunk-driving charge in Baltimore district court Friday, according to online court records.
The "Top Chef" finalist received probation before judgment, records show. Baltimore Police stopped Voltaggio at 12:20 a.m. June 6 in the 100 block of S. Howard Street and charged with driving while impaired by alcohol.
Voltaggio, 38, who lives in Frederick, opened his first Baltimore restaurant, Aggio in Power Plant Live, in late June.
He operates other restaurants in Frederick and Washington. Voltaggio was the runner-up on the sixth season of "Top Chef," losing out to his brother Michael Voltaggio. Bryan Voltaggio was also the runner-up on the "Top Chef" spin-off "Top Chef Masters."
His attorney did not immediately respond to a message asking for comment.