For their second act, Flatbush’s community-minded Caribbean restaurant Mangoseed claimed an adjacent storefront on Flatbush Avenue in November. Here, the owners experiment with pizzas that pay tribute to the diverse island flavors that characterize the neighborhood. “ZuriLee” is a mash-up of their children’s names, and fittingly , the wood-fired-pizza joint joins together a zealous mix of cuisines its team holds in high regard. Bizarrely named pies are big enough to split, and some nod to Nike Air Jordan sneaker styles, such as the Columbia 4, a kimchee white-pie blend of taleggio, provolone, smoked mozzarella, and smoked Gouda. The Bake and Salt Fish pie deconstructs Trinidadian “bake” sandwiches, and features marinara and a salted-pollock stewlike topping; of course there’s a jerk-chicken option, too— with mozzarella and corn thrown on, to really keep y ou on y our toes. Balance out all that dough with arugula or kale salads, the latter of which comes with a fried egg; those seeking heartier fusion options might opt for a spicy jerk-chicken Parm or the showstopping “lamburger,” which comes coated in melted Gorgonzola, caramelized onions, and grilled pineapple. Gather ’round the front bar for weekday happy -hour specials, quirky cocktails by the pitcher, an ample selection of wines and beers on tap, or just to watch the game on one of three giant plasma TVs. — Lauren Leibow itz Recom mended Dishes East Flatbush pie, $14 [photo credit: ZuriLee Restaurant / The East Flatbush Pizza]