Okay, here are a few criticisms which are not meant to de-motivate you, rather the opposite. It's a nice little film but is let down on a number of points.
The main one is the acting, mainly "Aaron"s, it's quite wooden in parts. Maybe the actors were worried that each take cost money (on film) or maybe they were under- or over-rehearsed.
Secondly, the lighting. The cameraman should have captured the mood of the restaurant, instead he has gone "safe" and ended up with bland shots and lighting.
Thirdly, as just as importantly, the location sound (ie the protagonists" voices) is not good, sometimes it's awful. The microphone is either too far away or not pointed correctly.
Now little niggles...
There are quite a few focus issues, some are minor, others like the name tag "Cindy" being out of focus, are major.
The steadycam tends to "swoop" ie has a slow bounce in the movements.
The music gets annoying really quickly.
Some lamps appear to be reflected in the windows in the restaurant long-shots.
Too many highlights in the shots, background objects being much lighter than the protagonists directs the viewer's eye away from the action. For example the shots of Aaron have the poster in the background better lit than the actor.
When the V.O. mentions "picking at bottles" we need to see it.
The camera movements are often slightly unsure, ending up "almost" on the subject then hunting slightly for the right framing. The shot at about 1:30 being an example.
Having said all that, the camerawork wasn't as bad as a lot of student films which get posted here. A bit more practice and it'll be good.