Amsterdam’s Patriotic Hot Dog Stand

What’s more heavenly…sausage or angel wings? This hot dog stand is as American as it gets. But it’s actually located in Amsterdam, Netherlands. It’s located in front of the popular Rijksmuseum, which houses centuries of famous Dutch art.

On a side not, it’s humorous when people say they won’t eat animal intestines. If you’ve ever eaten a hot dog, you’ve enjoyed all the parts. It’s a just a matter of whether it’s all beef, pork or a combination. I call a mix of meats “happy family.” That’s in honor of the popular dish often found at Asian restaurants.


  • Alex&Bell

    Alex and Bell originally met while solo traveling after finishing university in 2002, in Brugge, Belgium. Alex grew up in the USA and Bell hails from Australia. During our nearly 20 year marriage we've lived around the world, including spending six years living in the Netherlands and Ireland. We have traveled to nearly 70 countries and enjoy giving readers authentic and quality travel tips. Alex is an award winning travel journalist and travel planner, who also freelances for other outlets. Bell is an award winning PhD scientist who currently works for a non-profit lung cancer advocacy research organization called Lungevity. Happy travels and if you have any questions leave a comment or drop an email!

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