After Alex’s breakfast at Woody’s, we headed to Galaxy’s Edge through the entrance in Toy Story Land. The sun was finally shining after being cloudy all morning!
The attention to detail and theming all throughout the land are amazing!
I had done some breakfast research prior to arriving, and decided I wanted to either eat at Ronto Roasters or Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo. Since Docking Bay 7 was newer and had more options, I opted for that.
This is the lunch menu:
I’m just noticing this menu says Breakfast available until 9 a.m., but online I’ve seen 10 a.m. I have no idea what time we got there, but there was a line and I MOBILE ORDERED!
I’m also noticing the lunch entrees say available from 9 a.m. until close. I did not see anyone with these entrees! Only breakfast, soooo, I don’t know?
The inside of the restaurant was really neat. There were various seating options…high tables, low tables, etc.
I chose the Bright Suns Breakfast Platter–three cheese egg bite, pork sausage, purple potato hash, mini mustafarian lava roll. $10.99
This was really good! And I liked the variety. I’m funny about eggs, but this was great. I also love Disney sausage! The mini roll was actually like a cinnamon roll with frosting and cookie crumbs. I would definitely get this again!
We exited out a side door and found some outdoor seating as well.
We looked for the Rise of the Resistance entrance so we knew where to go when we came back.
Overall, if you are a Star Wars fan, there is more to check out than what we did. We kind of whipped through quickly. There were Storm Troopers walking around interacting with people, and you can also make a reservation to make your own light saber or droid.
Up next…the rest of Hollywood Studios and riding Rise of the Resistance!