First look at the new snacks coming soon to the TRON Lightcycle Run 'Energy Bytes' kiosk

17 days ago in "Energy Bytes"

Posted: Monday March 13, 2023 11:36am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Tomorrowland at Magic Kingdom will soon have a new snack kiosk with the opening of 'Energy Bytes' at the entrance to TRON Lightcycle Run.

Energy Bytes will offer breakfast items, savory snacks, sweet treats, and beverages inspired by Tomorrowland. Starting with breakfast, you'll find Chocolate Cake Doughnut Holes topped with mocha sauce, and a Joffrey’s Cold Brew Coffee topped with a mocha sauce.

Savory items include Digital Dumplings – Buffalo Chicken and The Digital Dumplings – Beef & Broccoli.

On the set treat side, try Strawberry IceOform with strawberry ice cream mochi, graham crackers, and cheesecake foam.

And finally, here is the Watermelon Refresher with yuzu and ginger.

Disney has not yet offered an opening date, but 'Energy Bytes' should make its opening by the official April 4 2023 debut of TRON Lightycycle Run.

Energy Bytes menu


Beef and Broccoli Digital Dumplings $8.79
with Broccoli Pesto, Crispy Garlic and Ginger-Soy Broth Buffalo Chicken

Digital Dumplings $8.49
with Celery, Dehydrated Blue Cheese, and Cayenne Pepper Broth


Chocolate Cake Doughnut Holes $5.79
with Mocha Sauce

Strawberry IceOform $5.29
Ice Cream Mochi with Caramelized Graham Cracker Crumbs, and Cheesecake Foam


Watermelon Refresher $5.99
with Yuzu Citrus, Ginger, and Popping Candies

Soda $4.79

Bottled Water $3.75

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thomas9987 days ago

Don't expect too much. I've often found that Disney is very good at making things look appetizing but not that good at actually getting the taste up to the level of the vision. Someday maybe the cooks will be allowed to actually use flavors instead of food coloring.

WDWFREAK539 days ago

I'm a big fan of the aesthetic of this little building. I wouldn't mind if that carried throughout Tomorrowland.

wdwmagic10 days ago

This is now open

DCBaker16 days ago

Closer photos of the Energy Bytes kiosk and menu with prices.

Epcot82Guy16 days ago

Oh yes. I'm all for this type of stuff. History just has me concerned about longevity. And, if we're honest, Disney has mastered the ability to make medium to decent food sound incredibly inventive and unique. But, it's also a theme park catering towards families and kids. Time will certainly tell. But, as we're saying, I'd love to see more tasty, unique snack options infiltrate WDW. Disneyland does pretty darn well with that, especially the DCA festival offerings.

Henry Mystic17 days ago

I feel this is exactly the kind of snacks MK needed as most of the offerings already there are pretty generic. Hope they're as good as they sound!

JohnD17 days ago

Yeah. I normally don't think "food kiosks" with unique choices in MK.

networkpro17 days ago

A 60-second rollercoaster with only 15 seconds outside of the building without any inversions. Just think of it as half the duration and thrills of Slinky Dog Dash.

Andrew2517 days ago

I'm hoping this creative menu of signs to come. As an AP I constantly find myself visiting the other parks and spending money there, but not at MK. I am also hoping for the day we can drink at MK, but that's a separate conversation.

Kamikaze17 days ago

I'd love to see WDW get more varied choices just like DL, but it will never stick long term.

Epcot82Guy17 days ago

Interesting selections. It feels a bit "adventurous" for the MK crowd. I'm all for it. I just wonder how it will land over time. It feels a bit more Disneyland vs. MK. I'm sure the IG posts alone will keep it going for awhile, at a minimum.

wdwmagic17 days ago

Yep, it's at the bottom of the entrance/exit ramp. Maybe better to buy something after riding lol. It will also work well for anyone waiting for someone else to ride of course.

Disstevefan117 days ago

So will this be a permanent food booth at the entrance of TRON? All I keep thinking is, “eating right before going on a roller coaster”.