Stop by and enjoy our delicious steaks and burgers!
Mon - Wed: 11:00am - 9:00pm
Thurs-Sat: 11:00am - 10:00pm
You asked and we've delivered - you can now book The Kingsman to come and cater your event. Call for more info!
Daily Specials - Meat & 3 Sides $8.99
Served From 11 - 2
Monday - Salisbury Steak
Tuesday - Pork Chops/Fried Chicken Livers
Wednesday - Homemade Pot Roast
Thursday - Lasagna ($8.99) / BBQ Sandwich ($9.95) / Smoked Chicken Philly ($9.95) / Smoked Ribs ($13.95)
Friday - Pork Chops/Fried Chicken Livers
Served From 4:30 - Close
Monday - Ribeye Night - SM $16.99 | LG $21.99
Tuesday - Spaghetti Night $9.95 / Salad & Garlic Bread
About The Kingsman
In 1972, Steve King and his brother Aubrey King purchased what was then known as Mamma Mia’s Pizza and transformed it into The Kingsman Restaurant. Keeping many of the original Italian dishes, the brothers slowly started adding their own specialties – such as the pimento cheeseburger, taz’s taters and home cooked lunches. Delicious as they were, it was their hearty ribeyes – locally aged and originally priced at $1.85 – that established The Kingsman as THE place in Columbia to get a great steak.
With the unexpected passing of Steve in 2002, his nephew Kevin King took the helm, carrying on the tradition of serving delicious food at reasonable prices. In 2012, local Chefs Henry Griffin and Mike Deevey joined the Kingsman family. Their ability to combine long time diner favorites with creative new dishes, has brought new energy to The Kingsman while upholding the traditions you have helped build through the years.
A Columbia native, Chef Henry Griffin has served as Chef at many of Columbia’s favorite restaurants: Gervais & Vine, Rosso Trattoria, Hunter Gatherer, Meritage and Vista Brewing Company. Throughout his career, Henry has concentrated on serving the most fresh, local ingredients by partnering with area farms. Henry’s unique and creative daily specials are a definite must try at Ristorante Divino.
Chef Mike Deevey, once Executive Chef to Governor Sanford at the SC Governor’s Mansion, was trained at Johnson and Wales University in Charleston. Mike’s passion for preparing classic southern dishes with a unique twist can best be exemplified through his previous experience as chef at The Windermere Club, The Palmetto Club and Carolina Yacht Club.
In June, 2014 Chef Griffin and Chef Deevey acquired Ristorante Divino. Both Chefs had previously combined for 16 years of training in the kitchen of Divinos.