Times Columnist Eloise Valadez strapped into a harness for cables and a pulley system in the wine room at Texas de Brazil in Chicago in 2009. Aerialists fly on wires to fetch wine from the 40-foot tall wine rack at the Texas de Brazil Chicago restaurant location.
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GARY | Up, up and away! I understand the phrase is corny, just bear with me. Sitting over Lake Michigan, upside down, from thousands of feet in the air, could be unnerving for some people. It also could be flat-out terrifying for others.
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