My wife and I visited Goombazz about 1 month after Robert Irvine had completed his "Restaurant Impossible" makeover. Decor was attractive, but the paint on top of the table where we were seated had chipped in places (our server said the painted tables were not completely dry when RI did the reveal and reopened the restaurant). One would think that the owners would have corrected the paint chipping by now.
Goombazz Menu is one page with good variety and shows definite traces of Robert Irvine's touch. Owners appear to be sticking to Irvine's menu changes. While we were there a couple was seated, ordered beverages, but left without ordering food because they could not get a menu item they had ordered before the RI makeover (serving staff handled the complaint well and "comped" their beverages). Talking to our server, I got the opinion that Irvine did not ingratiate himself with the staff during the makeover... he said Irvine's huge ego was offputting.
The restaurant was pretty empty when we arrived, so service was prompt and courteous... but it took a bit longer than I would have expected for our food to arrive from the kitchen. My wife ordered the chicken sandwich and I ordered the stromboli (it's really a calzone, not a 'boli). Our food was bland and average at best... nothing special. The dunking sauce I received on the side with my stromboli was little more than tomato paste out of a can... not a sauce at all.
Bottom line: We found nothing here that would bring us back across the river to dine at Goombazz.