We've been to the Train Wreck several times now, twice for breakfast and once for lunch. It's an add-on to a Costco trip since the Burlington Costco is our preference rather than Bellingham.
Since it's a bar, no kids, have to be 21 and over.
Breakfast is served from 8:00 to 11:00. I stick to a small order of biscuits and gravy accompanied by potatoes, and I take half home. My husband has tried a chorizo scramble and the smoked brisket tacos, but is still looking for something he can regularly order (besides the Bloody Mary). They have an inhouse bakery. The smoked brisket was very good but just not a hit with us in tacos.
Speaking of Bloody Mary, rather than celery, the drink is accompanied by two large olives and two pickled asparagus spears, and the latter are not MUSHY. I've seen these spears for sale at Haggen and other locations, a PNW product, Foster's. It's a well-made drink and we joke that if we lived closer, we could easily become raging alcoholics. For now, it's been 1 drink a month.
Link to an article published last year: http://www.grownorthwest.com/2014/03/...
One other note about the Bloody Mary: there is a Bloody Mary breakfast that can be had - a double drink with the aforementioned garnishes but also with a variety of breakfast items on skewers. I've not seen this in person but photos abound on yelp and other locations.