The Club at New Seabury announced that Adam Green will be its new director of food and beverage operations.

Mr. Green has more than 20 years of hospitality leadership experience and will be responsible for the club’s food and beverage operations, as well as oversight of club events and private functions.

“Adam brings a new level of leadership within food and beverage we have never had before,” club president Christopher D. Card said. “He is a proven, strategic and innovative food and beverage leader with hands-on experience who is committed to delivering unsurpassed member and staff engagement and satisfaction. His knowledge of the industry, his familiarity of the Cape and his understanding of our club’s mission make him a welcome addition. With Adam’s leadership we are eager to build on the momentum of our newly restored and renovated property.”

Most recently, Mr. Green served as director of food and beverage operations for Ocean Edge Resort and Golf Club in Brewster. Before that he worked in Atlanta, New Orleans and the Washington, DC, area. In 2014 he was awarded the excellence in food and beverage award for Hilton Americas and in 2015 he was on the team at the Hilton McLean when awarded Hotel of the Year for Hilton Americas.

“The Club at New Seabury is truly a world-class property with an abundance of food and beverage venues that take hospitality to a level unseen on Cape Cod,” Mr. Green said. “The history and success of the Poppy [Popponesset Inn] and the new 95 Shore are among the best dining venues on Cape Cod, and New Seabury’s management is committed to excellence and making this a winning environment where all can prosper. I look forward to collaborating with a team of proven professionals to ensure we deliver a member experience that is unsurpassed in the hospitality industry on the Cape.”

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