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The building owner who evicted venerable San Francisco eatery Jack's in hopes of nabbing a high-paying dot-com tenant has been left at least for the moment with, well, jack.
John Konstin, who applied the death sentence to the city's oldest restaurant two months ago amidst much nostalgic wailing, insists he still has plenty of possible takers for the Sacramento Street space. Konstin, a restaurant owner himself who waged a high-profile bid to buy movie memento the "Maltese Falcon" a few years ago, is normally not shy about talking to the press. About why the building, remains vacant, however, he is a bit reticent.
"We haven't shown it at all because it's still …