Diner is open 24 hours and one of the unique things is that they serve breakfast all day. Although it might not make sense in Spanish culture, but if I tell you "brunch" perhaps you'll understand it better, because in recent years this has become fashionable. Brunch can include typical breakfast items (eggs, fruit, juice, coffee, toast, etc..) but outside of typical breakfast hours.
You should not miss the scrambled eggs and their pancakes (similar to a crepe but thicker). I highly recommend the banana or strawberries pancakes. They are real good! Of course, they also have other dishes that include meat, fish and vegetables. The food is very good and has a homemade quality, but at an affordable price. Additionally, recommend the salad with walnuts and cheese if you're dieting, and if you do not mind calories, the "eggs Florentine" (which despite its Italian name is very popular in the U.S.). Be sure to have a cocktail, a house specialty.
As for its peculiar structure and decoration, is a real restaurant from the 1940s, when it was built in New Jersey. In the 1990s, it was bought and moved to South Beach. Its interior decor is the typical American style we see in the movies, so it feels as if you were in one. Within the latin area of Miami, this is your best bet if you want to feel like you are in the United States. It really authentic inside and out. The best day to go: The Sunday brunch typical day for locals.
Bolivar Restaurant is located in the heart of South Beach, not far from Collins Avenue and the Art Deco district. They serve large portions of Latin American specialties like Bandeja Paisa, a Colombian dish, churrasco, picanha and chicken saltado, as well as some Peruvian specialties. For startes, I'd suggest empanadas and patacones. Excellent cocktails. On Groupon you can usually find coupons for full menus. Reservations are recommended.