Montecito may refer to:

  • Montecito, California, a census-designated place in Santa Barbara County, California
  • Montecito (processor), the codename used to designate a revision of the Intel Itanium 2 processor
  • Montecito Casino, the fictional Montecito Resort and Casino in the popular television series Las Vegas
  • The Montecito Picture Company

Other articles related to "montecito":

Montecito, Burnaby - Parks and Recreation
... There is a small Montecito Park with some tennis courts ... Lyndhurst Marlborough Maywood Middlegate Montecito Morley-Buckingham Heights North Burnaby Oakalla Parkcrest Richmond Park Second Street Simon Fraser Hills South Burnaby South Slope Stride Avenue Stride ...
Montecito Apartments - Home For Ronald Reagan and Other Actors
... The Montecito was once frequented by movie stars, especially New York based actors while working in Hollywood ... The Montecito was Ronald Reagan’s first residence when he moved to Hollywood Reagan lived at the Montecito from June 1937 to late 1938 ... was said to have been roommates at the Montecito with Mickey Rooney ...
Montecito Tea Fire
... The Montecito Tea Fire is a wildfire that began on November 13, 2008, destroying 210 homes in the cities of Montecito and Santa Barbara, California in the United States of America ... The Tea Fire ignited in the Cold Springs section of Montecito at approximately 1750 PST on November 13, 2008 ...
Las Vegas (TV series) - Setting
... The location of the fictional Montecito has changed from season to season ... its similarity to Mandalay Bay, many of the show's visuals place the Montecito at the far southern end of The Las Vegas Strip, albeit usually across the street from Luxor on the airport side ... within this area indeed the CGI zoom shots of the building's exterior in the season two episode, "Montecito Lancers", shows the building in three slightly differing locations for three different shots ...
Montecito Tea Fire - Impact - Destruction of 210 Homes
... "My wife called and said 'Montecito is on fire -- get out' ... Armageddon!" (Rob Lowe, November 14, 2008) The Tea Fire resulted in the destruction of 210 homes in Montecito and Santa Barbara ... the destroyed homes, 106 were in the city of Santa Barbara, and the remainder were in Montecito ...