By Tricia L Chaves, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO - Anyone who grew up in the U.S. may remember celebrating their special birthday milestones with pizza and video games at Chuck E. Cheese, or a group skate at a roller rink followed by a Dairy Queen ice cream cake. If you were exceptionally fortunate (or of Latin-American heritage), you may have had a grand party to celebrate your sweet sixteen or quinceañera (15th birthday).
In Rio, to accommodate the often large groups of family and friends that gather for an aniversário (birthday) party, a Casa de Festas . . .