Commuters looking to score a slice of Mother Earth or a slice of cheesecake at Grand Central Terminal might be out of luck soon—both Junior's and Two Boots are reaching the ends of their leases in the terminal's food court, and fear they'll soon be ousted after their decade-plus reigns.

Crain's New York reported yesterday that MTA officials have been showing prospective tenants around the spaces currently occupied by Junior's and Two Boots, both of which have been in Grand Central for 15 years. Though Two Boots was able to renew its lease five years ago, the MTA's apparently still shopping around for outside proposals.

Both eateries hope they'll be able to stick around. "We’ll do everything we can to stay here," Two Boots owner Phil Hartman told Crain's. "We consider Grand Central our flagship." And that Grand Central Two Boots is a pretty heavy-hitter in the terminal's food court, boasting a bar and a sit-down section.

The MTA will be accepting proposals for both spaces until October 23rd; the agency will also be installing a massive food hall in the terminal, which will potentially open in 2016.