Former Head Chef Of Stephane's Charged With DUI

John Belleme, courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

John Belleme, courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — John Belleme, the former head chef of popular Boca Raton restaurant “Stephane’s,” had an opportunity this weekend to experience the fine cuisine inside the Palm Beach County Jail.

We don’t know if the food rivaled the “foie gras” he once told a local newspaper that he loves, but we do know that jail was apparently the perfect pairing for the charges of “DUI – unlawful blood alcohol” and “moving traffic violation — drive while license suspended.” Both charges were filed by the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office.

Belleme, who lives on Rockledge Lane in Boca Falls,  was released on his own recognizance.

The weekend arrest was not Belleme’s first run-in with the law in Palm Beach County — public records reveal several traffic citations over the past several years.

Stephane’s closed its NW Executive Center Drive location several months ago.

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