Chocolate lovers, rejoice. Nuance Chocolate is finally open again, just about a month after a car crashed into the store.

The owners of the Old Town store announced the reopening of the business on their Facebook page, reminding their customers to park carefully.

The shop was forced to close after a Ford Explorer crashed through the wall of the building on August 12th around 11:30 a.m.

Thankfully, no one was injured, but the car left a gaping hole in the store's brick exterior. It was later revealed that an elderly man drove his vehicle through the wall on accident. Police cited him for careless driving.

The damage from the car accident. Courtesy of the Nuance Facebook page.

The owners remained in good spirits, joking that the hole was their "new drive through."

Since the accident, they began diligently documenting the repairs on Facebook and hosting pop-up stands around Fort Collins.

A pop-up stand at Harbinger Coffee. Courtesy of the Nuance Facebook page.

But now, the pop-ups are no more. After lots of hard work, the building is fully repaired and open for business at its original location at 214 Pine St. in Old Town Fort Collins.

Feel free to stop by and get your chocolate fix...just try not to drive your car through the wall.