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ABOUT US

Salzburg is another cultural jewel of Austria and we love the ambience along the Salzach river and the tasty food. It was always our dream to expand the philosophy of Riding Dinner to Salzburg, as we love to introduce traditional and cultural values of beautiful Austrian cities to our guests. Just like we do in Vienna, we carry on our thoughts here in Salzburg and set the goal to create an unforgettable experience. Authenticity and delicious ambience build the base of our concept.

We cordially invite you to dive into the colorful Salzburg tradition and to discover a grand culture with all its delicacies from a completely new perspective.

THE FOUNDERS

After their graduation from different colleges for tourism and business in Vienna and Lower Austria as well as years of experience in some of the best 5-star hotels of the world Marco Pollandt and Raimund Novotny met each other again when working for the same company. During their time working together, they quickly learned to respect each other even outside of the business. The rest is history...

They claim that the skills of each personality alone would have never led to Riding Dinner. So you can see, the law of chemistry works right here.

– If two different elements blend well with each other, you will get a positive reaction –

Marco says about Raimund:

“I have hardly met someone who is so concentrated on and consistent in achieving his goals. He is a true workaholic, very stress-resistant and a team-player, who acts very honestly and target-orientated... sometimes he is also a lateral thinker which is often a huge advantage but not always (laugh).”

Raimund says about Marco:

“He often observes things with a lot of patience but without even saying a word. Suddenly a creative process starts working in his mind. In addition to that he puts so much passion into his work and has the quality to keep his focus on the most difficult tasks. That allows him to visualize ideas very well but from time to time he also gets lost in his ideas for a little too long (laugh).”