Magic Kingdom will soon have a new snack kiosk, Energy Bytes, opening near the Tron Lightcycle / Run entrance.
Disney announced a new snack spot would soon open in Tomorrowland near the Tron Lightcycle / Run attraction at Magic Kingdom. The new kiosk will be called Energy Bytes. Disney says the menu drew inspiration from the futuristic environment of Tomorrowland. This new food and beverage kiosk will serve breakfast items, savory snacks, sweet treats, and beverages.
The breakfast options include Chocolate Cake Doughnut Holes and Joffrey’s Cold Brew Coffee. The doughnut holes come topped with mocha sauce. The new caffeinated beverage, Joffrey’s Cold Brew Coffee, also comes with a mocha sauce for some sweetness. Apparently, in the future, people will still love mocha.
Digital Dumplings at Energy Bytes!
Disney chefs designed some “Digital Dumplings” to pair with the Tron attraction theme. These come in two varieties, Buffalo Chicken and Beef & Broccoli. The Digital Dumplings – Buffalo Chicken combines chicken dumplings, blue cheese powder, and cayenne pepper broth. The Digital Dumplings – Beef & Broccoli consists of beef dumplings, broccoli pesto, and ginger-soy broth.
For those looking for a sweet treat, Energy Bytes offers something for you also. The Strawberry IceOform, according to Disney, makes a refreshing treat with the sweetness of the strawberry ice cream mochi, graham crackers, and a little bit of cheesecake foam to finish it off.
In addition, a Watermelon Refresher can be purchased at this new food and beverage location. The Watermelon Refresher comes with yuzu and ginger. Disney states that this refresher will perfectly accompany the other items sold at Energy Bytes near Tron Lightcycle / Run.
At this point, Disney has not given an opening date for Energy Bytes yet. We suspect this will open, at least, by the time Tron Lightcyle / Run officially opens to the public on April 4, 2023, but maybe even before if Disney does soft openings for the ride.
What do you think of the new menu items sold here? Also, do you like the name, Energy Bytes or do you think it’s too much?