Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, often underappreciated by many. Many of my group, for example, skip it entirely or opt for something mediocre, like a bowl of cheap cereal.
Very few Disney, Universal, or Busch theme park restaurants offer a good breakfast. The resorts often have good options, but that usually requires extra travel.
Offer the early entry, or, at the very least, a breakfast that concludes just before opening.
My only problem is I don't know how many people this kind of system would appeal to, especially at the bigger theme parks around the world. Whilst everyone on here carefully plans their trip and aims to be at the park early some more casual guests (which is the large majority of guests) seem to enjoy sleeping-in or taking their time getting to the parks in the morning. I simply don't see this appealing to those people.
I'd like to see some sort of front-of-the-line system introduced for breakfast customers. For example if you have breakfast at Magic Kingdom then you get a Fastpass valid for a number of attractions throughout the day. This way guests don't have to worry about getting up to get in the park before opening and they still get queue skipping advantages by paying for a breakfast at the park.
However, the hotel breakfasts are not always free. I would venture to bet many are at eaten at Disney or Universal resorts as well (so they get the money).
I will say, EPCOT seems to have the best of them all within the Land with a counter and character table service.
The issue I see is that to eat breakfast and get into the park early, you need to get up extra early. MK does have early breakfasts so maybe somebody is gettin the hint!
I also like combining #3 and #4, providing excellent breakfast choices prior to the rope drop at the front of the park.
At Silver Dollar City (Branson, MO), Eva & Delilah's Bakery is just inside the park entrance, in the main courtyard area. It is open one hour before the official park opening time and offers some delicious breakfast items in an open, air conditioned environment. I ALWAYS make it a point to stop and try some of their fresh breakfast offerings before I tour the park. It is an excellent way to begin the immersive experience offered by SDC.
Also, breakfast is not the only meal that should be improved at most theme parks across the nation. I have yet to visit a Cedar Fair or Six Flags park that had even one destination eating establishment that was better than the local fast food stop a few miles from the park. Improving restaurant quality across the board at those two chains specifically would be a HUGE bonus for visitors.
On a recent trip to DL we got to the park early to get in the never-ending line for the finding nemo subs and I ran off to track us down a hend-held breakfast option. I came back with bananas and coffee, I would have rather seen a breakfast burrito or something a little more stick-to-your-ribs.
This brings me to another point, they know people are trapped in that line for hours, why is the banana cart over by the Matterhorn? why isn't it rolling back and forth along the line, eminating the delicious scent of fresh baked cinamon buns to people who have nothing better to do for an hour than talk to their spouses?
There's your money maker, and a crowd pleaser, sell to the poor schmoes waiting in line. My wife would break me if there was a pin store in the queue area of Indiana Jones.