Boardwalk area breakfast?

My husband and I are taking DD4 and DS7 back to Disney next month! We fly in late at night and grabbed a cheap room at All Star Movies for that first night - but will check into the Boardwalk the following day for the rest of our trip. Our plan is to sleep in (sleeping in is typically 7am for us!) since we won’t get in until late the night before and then head over to the Boardwalk area to dump our luggage and have a casual 1/2 day at Hollywood Studios (my TP is currently set for 10a-3p).
Are the breakfast options decent at All Star Music? Or would it be better to get out of there early and find some grub in the Boardwalk area before hitting up HS?
Or linger around All Star Movies, have breakfast, and take the bus straight to DHS around 10a? I assume we could have our luggage delivered to Boardwalk?

I’d simply stay at All Star for bfast, and just chill, but you know your fam best. We are early risers as well, but getting to Hollywood is gonna come faster than you think without cloudying it up by adding extra travel. Chill out with the kids, enjoy the few hours - unless they start to get disney antsy!

Suggestion: Depending on what day you are referring to, Garden Grove at Swan has a Character Breakfast, might be a good way to start off your trip. You can hop on the Friendship boat right outside of the Swan which will take you directly to Hollywood. Garden Grove and Fresh Med both have breakfast buffets, and a la carte breakfast as well, but I think the Character Bfast at GG is Weekends only. Check if it interests you.

I’m pretty sure the Dis will send your bags to BW for you.

Alternate suggestion: Play it by ear, and if you guys are up and at em, ready to rock, just get to DHS as fast as possible, and end your day even earlier to chill at Boardwalk. If you don’t have hoppers or any other plans for the day, relax at the pool, and guage if you want to try and score a fastpass later for Hollywood, and even catch Fantasmic, or Star Wars night show. (no idea - maybe you already have plans for later.)

I think I’d just do bfast around All Star, and try to get to Hollywood early. If you are early risers, the worm you’ll get is low am crowds, maybe some easy photopass opps, and a few low wait attractions before the crowds start in.

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How about just grab some DIY on the move cereal bar/croissant/snacks/fruit etc for breakfast to give the kids what they need and book Hollywood Brown Derby for an early lunch

Get on some rides when park opens but enjoy one of the best restaurants in disney fo lunch. Or else pick a kiddy themed HS restaurant for an early lunch there instead

We always have a quick DIY snack breakfast whilst in the queue for a shuttle or whilst getting the shuttles to the parks every day and an early lunch in the park

Lunch in the park can be an exciting event in its own right if you pick the right place

Breakfast unless it’s a character one ain’t all that IMO

And early mornings are the best time for getting on most of the rides

Sit down lucnh let’s you recharge as well and re-plan