It used to be a minor tradition in our family to attend Little Italy’s Cinema al Fresco on Friday nights in the summer. We revived the tradition a few weeks ago to go see “Rocky”—the parents drove in from the suburbs and we strolled down from Mount Vernon to Little Italy, where the folks picked up a few pizzas from Joe Benny’s Focacceria, which has been open for about four months. But these weren’t crispy-crusted pizzas: These were focaccias, with cheese and toppings baked on the flat, fluffy bread. One was the special of the day, the pancetta ($13), topped with goat cheese, caramelized onions, pancetta, and arugula. The cheese, onions, and focaccia bread made it unusually sweet for a pizza, but the arugula tempered the sweetness enough to keep it from tasting like a dessert pie. The fiore ($12)—which had meatballs, mozzarella, and tomato sauce, and had apparently come highly recommended from a cop standing outside the restaurant—just tasted like an open-faced meatball sub, albeit one with excellent meatballs.